Christopher Williams, The Telegraph

Christopher Williams

The Telegraph

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Past articles by Christopher:

‘Rather than block harmful material online, we have to tackle the causes’

Lord Grade reveals why he came out of retirement to lead Ofcom and hold social media giants to account → Read More

Britain plots rival summit to Davos to woo international elite

Ministers are concerned that the World Economic Forum held in Switzerland has become a party town → Read More

Financial Times sinks to £35m loss as print sales dwindle

The newspaper now sells fewer than 6,000 copies at UK newsstands on week days → Read More

Issa brothers set to sell Australian petrol stations

THE billionaire Issa brothers are expected to prioritise offloading hundreds of Australian petrol stations as they review options to break up their sprawling global forecourt empire. City sources said that EG Group is likely to seek to ditch 534 fuel and convenience sites Down Under as the first step in the sell-off. Last week it emerged that Mohsin and Zuber Issa had hired advisers ahead of a… → Read More

Rupert Murdoch eyes bid for BT Sport partnership

Media tycoon is exploring a tie-up with BT's television arm as he looks to build on News UK's existing broadcasting business → Read More

Vivek Badrinath, chief executive of Vantage Towers: 'I won't have Vodafone interfering in my life'

Europe’s biggest mobile operator is selling off its masts under a new company called Vantage Towers → Read More

Shell lines up next chairman for energy shift

Shell has begun a search for a new chairman, with Andrew Mackenzie, the former BHP Billiton boss, emerging as an early front-runner. → Read More

Exclusive: Sky Sports expected to secure rights to show Women's Super League matches from next season

After a host of high-profile transfers, Sky believes there is huge scope for the women's domestic game to grow rapidly in the coming years → Read More

The Guardian to cut 180 jobs

The publisher is facing pressures on advertising, live events and print circulation as it battles "unsustainable financial losses" → Read More

Saudia Arabia builds BT stake in pandemic bargain hunt

Shares in the former state telecoms monopoly have fallen 40pc this year, valuing the company at less than £12bn → Read More

Channel 4 boss overhauls social media rules after 'dreadful' Boris Johnson error

Alex Mahon's move follows a blunder by Channel 4's news team → Read More

Coronavirus threatens to kill off the news business

The demise of Buzzfeed News in the UK last week was an alarm call, but help from the tech giants is inadequate → Read More

We should not mourn death of the old high street

There is much to mourn in this pandemic, but the “death of the high street” should not be too high on the list. → Read More

There’s less to this O2-Virgin Media mobile merger than meets the eye

No industry is untouched by the pandemic, but few are more shielded from its direct impact than telecoms operators. → Read More

O2 owner to extract cash from debt-fuelled Virgin Media merger

The Spanish operator Telefonica is due to receive the payment as part of a deal that will be structured as an equal joint venture → Read More

Virgin Media and O2 in UK merger talks to build rival to BT

O2 and Virgin could confirm the deal as soon as next week → Read More

WPP asks for £600m taxpayer-backed loan

Advertising agency applies for potential support under the Bank of England's Covid Corporate Financing Facility → Read More

Sales shifted online may never return to stores, Dixons Carphone boss warns

Dixons Carphone is preparing to join a first wave of “non-essential” retailers resuming operations with social distancing in place → Read More

Sunlight (not bleach) is the best business disinfectant

This is a long slog and while we may have summited the initial peak of the pandemic, in economic terms we are in the foothills, with months and years of extreme terrain ahead. → Read More

Debenhams fails to make pension payment as administration looms

This retailer, whose owners include the US hedge funds and Barclays, is on the brink of its second collapse in a year → Read More