Isabel Togoh, Forbes

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Past articles by Isabel:

King Charles III’s Coronation: Queen Camilla Crowned At Westminster Abbey Ceremony

The crowning of Britain's new monarch is underway—follow here for updates. → Read More

EU Finally Strikes Deal To Slash Gas Demand As Russia Starts Squeezing Taps Closed

Russian gas makes up around 40% of EU supply, so the bloc is desperately working to untie itself from key trade links with Russia—particularly energy imports—before consumption ramps up this winter. → Read More

U.S. Reaches Liquefied Natural Gas Deal With EU To Reduce Europe’s Reliance On Russia

The U.S. will supply an additional 15 billion cubic meters of liquefied natural gas to the EU this year, Biden said. → Read More

General Electric Shares Jump As Firm Plans To Split Into Three Public Companies

The firm announced it would be splitting into three firms focused on healthcare, aviation and energy. → Read More

Yahoo Is The Latest American Company To Pull The Plug On China—Here’s Why

The internet giant left the country as China’s clampdown on corporate giants continues. → Read More

ByteDance Reportedly Reshuffles Into Six Units As CFO Steps Down To Lead TikTok Full Time

The reshuffle comes as Chinese regulators tighten scrutiny on how tech giants handle users’ data. → Read More

Ida Weakens To Tropical Storm As Power Outages In Mississippi And Louisiana Persist

Parts of both states still face life-threatening conditions. → Read More

Simone Biles Will Compete In The Final Women’s Gymnastics Event At The Olympics

Biles, widely considered the best gymnast in the world, pulled out of key gymnastics events last week after detailing her struggle with the “twisties”. → Read More

Team USA: Sweden Defeats U.S. Women’s Soccer Team In Opening Tokyo Olympics Game

Team USA got off to a subdued start after the women’s soccer team lost 3-0 to Sweden. → Read More

At Least 12 People Killed In China’s Henan Province In Worst Flooding In 1,000 Years

The torrents washed away cars and left people trapped in a flooded subway system as one month’s worth of rain fell in just one day. → Read More

Piers Morgan Quits ‘Good Morning Britain’ Hours After Storming Off Set

Calls grew louder for Morgan to quit this week after he said he didn’t believe Meghan’s revelations about her mental health and racism in the royal family. → Read More

Prince Philip Underwent ‘Successful’ Heart Procedure On Wednesday, Buckingham Palace Says

The 99-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth II has spent 16 nights in hospital in London. → Read More

‘Trump Incites Mob’, ‘Democracy Fractured’: World’s Newspapers Dominated By Coverage Of Capitol Hill Violence

Wednesday’s storming of the seat of U.S. power by a violent mob of Trump supporters was watched around the world. → Read More

‘What If They Were Black?’: Commentators, Twitter Users Denounce ‘Double Standard’ As Cops Take Selfies With Capitol Protesters

Social media users and political commentators urged Republicans to condemn the violence in Washington as several Trump supporters fought past police to storm the Capitol. → Read More

U.K. Announces $6.2 Billion Support Package For Hard-Hit Businesses Amid New Coronavirus Lockdown

Retail, leisure and hospitality firms will be able to apply for grants of up to $12,000 after millions of Brits awoke to fresh restrictions on Wednesday morning. → Read More

The U.K. And EU Are Finally On The Verge Of A Brexit Trade Deal—Here’s What To Watch For

Despite characteristic last-minute delays and tweaks, both sides are expected to strike a trade deal on Christmas Eve and avoid a bitter divorce days before the U.K. officially leaves the bloc. → Read More

More People Died From Covid-19 In The U.S. On Wednesday Than During 9/11 Attacks

Some 3,124 people died nationwide yesterday after catching Covid-19, the highest daily death toll anywhere in the world since the pandemic began. → Read More

‘Cruise To Nowhere’ Comes To Screeching Halt After Elderly Passenger Tests Positive For Covid-19

The 83-year-old had tested negative before embarking, but his diagnosis has brought the already brief Royal Caribbean cruise, one of few operating around the world amid the pandemic, to a close. → Read More

Strong Winds Exacerbate Latest California Wildfire, With 7,500 Acres Burned And Thousands Of Residents Evacuated

2020 has seen a record-breaking wildfire season on the West Coast. → Read More

Lewis Hamilton To Miss First Race Of F1 Career After Testing Positive For Covid-19

Hamilton’s Mercedes team said the 35-year-old woke up on Monday with mild symptoms. → Read More