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Past articles by Emily:

Youtube launches UK fact checking amid Covid-19 misinformation

Youtube has today announced it will expand its fact-checking tool to the UK, as it battles the spread of misinformation related to the pandemic. → Read More

Asda to 'Covid-proof' trolleys and hire 1,000 safety marshals

Asda has revealed a new investment plan to make its supermarkets Covid-secure, including the use of technology found in NHS hospitals. → Read More

Ant Group to raise $17.5bn in Hong Kong listing

Ant Group is said to be targeting a raise of $17.5bn when it goes public in Hong Kong as part of a dual listing that will also see it float in Shanghai. → Read More

Facebook backtracks on pulling out of Europe over data laws

Facebook has said the firm won't be making its platforms inaccessible in the EU, despite reportedly making that argument to an Irish court. → Read More

Mobile World Congress postponed to late June 2021

Mobile World Congress (MWC), the world's largest telecoms conference, has been pushed back further to late June next year. → Read More

Tesco boss warns against panic buying after new virus restrictions

Tesco chief Dave Lewis said there is no need for customers to be panic buying groceries, following new restrictions imposed across the UK. → Read More

Facebook removes network of Chinese pages over US election influence

Facebook has said it has taken down a number of inauthentic Chinese accounts for attempting to influence elections and political activity. → Read More

Musk says $25,000 Tesla 'three years away' as investors wipe off $50bn

Tesla boss Elon Musk said last night that he expects a cheaper, fully autonomous Tesla model to be available "about three years from now". → Read More

Pandemic provides mixed results for Imperial Leather maker PZ Cussons

The coronavirus pandemic has been beneficial for PZ Cussons' soap-making business, but its beauty products have faced some difficulties. → Read More

Transferwise profit doubles as global expansion boosts revenue

Profit at British fintech giant Transferwise more than doubled in the last 12 months, as investment in geographical expansion paid off. → Read More

Ralph Lauren to cut 15 per cent of global workforce

Fashion magnate Ralph Lauren has said it will cut 15 per cent of its global workforce, as it seeks to recover costs caused by the pandemic. → Read More

Tiktok proposes social media coalition as MPs grill policy boss

Tiktok has proposed social media firms form a global coalition to better combat harmful and offensive content on their platforms. → Read More

Venezuela heads back to court over BoE's £800m pot of gold

The Venezuelan central bank is heading to court in London, as it appeals a ruling over an £800m gold stash in the Bank of England. → Read More

UK watchdog to crack down on insurers' loyalty penalty

Loyal customers should not pay more for home or motor insurance than new clients, the FCA has said, as it promises reforms in the sector. → Read More

Beazley shares fall as it doubles coronavirus claims forecast

Specialist insurer Beazley has doubled its forecast for insurance claims related to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic to $340m. → Read More

Government's Oneweb to restart launches in December

Oneweb is to restart satellite launches in December, after being rescued from bankruptcy by the UK government earlier this year. → Read More

Microsoft buys Elder Scrolls and Fallout maker for $7.5bn

Microsoft has bought Zenimax Media, the owner of Fallout and Elder Scrolls game developer Bethesda, for $7.5bn. → Read More

Trump says US firms must have total control of Tiktok

US President Donald Trump has said he won't approve the deal between Tiktok owner Bytedance, Oracle and Walmart if it maintains any control. → Read More

Twitter apologises over racial bias in image algorithm

Twitter has issued an apology after users highlighted how its image-cropping algorithms would favour showing white faces over Black ones. → Read More

London venture capital firm Kindred Capital closes £81m fund

London venture capital firm Kindred Capital has closed its second fund for seed-stage startups at £81m, with 10 investments already made. → Read More