Millie Turner, City A.M.

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Past articles by Millie:

Eyes peeled: Five technologies to watch next year

The year of the Great Tech Sell-Off is coming to a close. But in this Digital Age, technology is only going to get more exciting, useful, and ethically → Read More

Pharma firm makes RSV vaccine candidate breakthrough with artificial intelligence

Biopharmaceutical firm Poolbeg Pharma has found a number of RSV vaccine candidates via artificial intelligence (AI), in a landmark move in finding a → Read More

Richard Branson's Virgin Orbit secures licences ahead of first British satellite launch

Richard Branson’s rocket company Virgin Orbit has finally been issued its licences ahead of the first satellite launch from British soil. The long-awaited → Read More

Elon Musk vows to step down as Twitter CEO if someone ‘foolish enough’ accepts role

Elon Musk has vowed to officially step down as the CEO of Twitter, once he finds someone “foolish enough” to accept the top role. → Read More

Drug developer files patents for cancer treatment which 'outperforms' AstraZeneca offering

Drug development company Nuformix has reformulated and improved one of AstraZeneca’s top cancer drugs, piquing investor interest today. Shares in the → Read More

Aerospace firm Velocity's shares take off as it enters US market with $100m deal

UK aerospace manufacturer Velocity has grabbed the attention of investors, after announcing its entry into the US market via a $100m (£82.2m) deal. Shares → Read More

China: Quiet trading floors and hampered supply chains as Covid-19 spreads

Covid-19 is sweeping though China’s capital city according to reports, after strict measures were suddenly removed earlier this month. The virus has → Read More

European regulator injects hope into AstraZeneca's bid to tackle cancer

European Medicines Agency handed AstraZeneca recommendations and one approval for a trio of cancer drugs the pharma giant is looking to sell. → Read More

Spire spends millions on widening reach as the number of sick staff in UK rises

The UK’s second largest private healthcare group has spent millions on widening its reach, as the number of long-term sick people in the country rises. → Read More

Defence giant BAE Systems to nearly double apprentice hiring spree next year

BAE Systems, one of the UK’s biggest defence companies, is set to nearly double its hiring spree next year. The FTSE defence firm is planning to hire more → Read More

Londoners fork out 40 per cent of pay checks on rent each month on average

Londoners are forking out nearly half of their pay checks on rent each month, according to official data today. It is no surprise London was the least → Read More

Rising tensions: Foxconn to be fined by Taiwan over investment in China

Apple supplier Foxconn is expected to be fined by the Taiwanese government for an unauthorised investment in China, as tensions between the two states → Read More

Toshiba's prospective buyer mulls reducing £13bn bid after weak earnings

The prospective buyer of Toshiba is reportedly mulling the decision to lower its bid for the Japanese tech giant. Japan Industrial Partners (JIP) secured → Read More

City Moves: Who's switching jobs in the Square Mile?

City A.M.’s Millie Turner provides a roundup of the most important hires and job moves across the City, every morning. Email to be → Read More

JP Morgan raises China growth forecasts as country braces for Covid-19 spike

JP Morgan has hiked its growth forecasts for China, after the sudden removal of its ‘zero-Covid’ laws paves the way for a brighter economy. The US bank → Read More

Biffa reverses losses as it pushes price rises onto customers

Bin company Biffa has reversed its losses and grown its revenue by nearly a quarter in the past six months after increasing its prices. Group revenue is → Read More

RCN union boss warns of more strikes as nurses walk-out for first time in 100 years

Nurses across Britain will go on strike today, as the dispute over fair pay continues. The walk-out will impact operations at 44 NHS trusts in the → Read More

City Moves: Who's switching jobs in the Square Mile?

City A.M.’s Millie Turner provides a roundup of the most important hires and job moves across the City, every morning. Email to be → Read More

UK must bridge ‘valley of death’ for homegrown science and innovation

The UK must bridge the ‘valley of death’ in which prize-winning British innovation falls and fails to be commercialised. The Global Britain Commission → Read More

CMA launches investigation into rising cost of antibiotics amid Strep A outbreak

The rising prices of antibiotics amid an outbreak of Strep A in the UK has raised concerns with the UK’s competition watchdog. The Competition and Markets → Read More