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● German Court Says Tesla Self-Driving Claims Are Misleading A ruling by a state court contradicts Elon Musk’s bullish view of autonomous driving technology.
● Biden promises $2tn green energy and infrastructure plan US Democratic presidential nominee aims to create millions of jobs while cutting emissions
● McDonalds to slash prices on Big Macs, chicken nuggets and Happy Meals from tomorrow thanks to VAT reduction MCDONALDS has announced it will slash its prices on a selection of classic meals from TOMORROW thanks to a VAT cut...
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● Banks Stockpile Billions as They Prepare for Things to Get Worse JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup and Wells Fargo said that as long as the economy behaved according to their forecasts, they were braced for more pandemic-induced pain.
● Bari Weiss Resigns From New York Times Opinion Post In a letter posted online Tuesday, she cites “bullying by colleagues” and an “illiberal environment.”
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● Big US banks set aside $28bn in downturn warning JP Morgan, Citigroup and Wells Fargo warn loans may turn sour as the pandemic hits businesses.
● State to provide grant aid to commercial bus operators Up to €500,000 will be awarded to companies hit by Covid-19
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● INM acquires motor data company Cartell.ie Belgian-owned news publisher strikes deal for Irish venture
● Rishi Sunak's capital gains tax review may usher in higher taxes on wealthy Chancellor’s directive to focus on how people escape CGT ‘feels like starting pistol for a tax grab’, says analyst A review of capital gains tax...
● Judge Upends Harvey Weinstein Settlement, Questioning Its Approach The judge questioned whether the women involved in the proposed $25 million settlement constituted a legal class. And he called $12 million to be allotted to...
● Inflazome secures orphan drug status for Inzolemid Designation means it will be easier for Irish company to gain approval for therapy
● State pension age changes: How coronavirus could lead to massive review - expert THE state pension age increases could be brought to a halt, at least temporarily, due to the coronavirus pandemic, a money expert has told...
● Barton expects EasyJet share sale to proceed Airline has the simple majority it needed to push ahead with share sale proposal
● Boris Johnson tries to find path through US-China cold war UK decision on telecoms group Huawei sparks fears of escalation in tensions with Beijing
● Californian tech sell-off exports gloom to European markets Iseq remains flat on reduced trading volumes