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Uber trims losses, grows business

The ride-services firm cuts its losses almost in half, showing that months of scandal and retreating from overseas markets have not slowed it down.

Macron tells global tech CEOs: 'There is no free lunch'

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French president Emmanuel Macron tells executives from global technology giants that he believes in innovation but wants them to contribute more to society.

Facebook's Zuckerberg grilled by EU lawmakers

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sailed through the interrogation from €EU lawmakers as lengthy questions left him little time to answer.

Sony becomes world's biggest music publisher


The Japanese multinational conglomerate will pay about $2.3 billion for EMI, as digital streaming brings new life to the music industry.

The many lives of the Nokia brand


HMD Global, the Finnish firm that owns the right to use the Nokia brand on phones, raises $100 million intended to boost growth.

Microsoft, Google find fresh flaw in chips


The newest chip problem, known as Speculative Store Bypass, is said to come from the same family as the original flaws.

As Bitcoin wobbles, mining rig firm plans $2bn IPO


Even though mining Bitcoins is 60% less profitable than in 2017, a crypto-currency mining rig supplier aims to raise up to $2 billion in an IPO.

YouTube Music aims to better appeal to local tastes


The Google unit hires music experts across the world to make its revamped music streaming subscription more locally "authentic".

LG Group chairman dies


Chairman of South Korea's LG Group, Koo Bon-moo, passed away at age 73 after a battle with a brain disease.

Cambridge Analytica files for bankruptcy in US

The political consultancy at the centre of Facebook's privacy scandal files for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the US.

China approves Toshiba's sale of chip unit


Regulators approve the $18 billion sale of Toshiba's chip unit to a consortium led by US private equity firm Bain Capital.

SAP CEO apologises for 'governance missteps' in SA


Bill McDermott strikes a confident note on SAP's future, hinting that further operating profit margin gains are on the way.

Square CEO Dorsey admits to Bitcoin tension

The credit card processing firm's decision to allow users of its mobile app to buy and sell Bitcoin caused internal disagreement, says CEO Jack Dorsey.