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Avatar 3 and Avengers: The Kang Dynasty pushed back by Disney

Wed, 14/06/2023 - 00:05
The studio reshuffles release dates for eagerly awaited blockbusters, including Star Wars sequels.

Discrimination bigger concern from AI than human extinction, says EU chief

Wed, 14/06/2023 - 00:04
The warning comes ahead of the European Parliament voting on rules to regulate artificial intelligence.

Kelly Hoppen: 'Music is design to me'

Wed, 14/06/2023 - 00:02
Interior designer Kelly Hoppen explains the role of music in her life and work.

Amazon server outage makes some websites go dark

Tue, 13/06/2023 - 23:32
The outage is being resolved and affected web services for some fast food apps, airlines and others.

'Taxpayers will be furious' as HMRC self-assessment tax helpline closes

Tue, 13/06/2023 - 18:24
HMRC has shut down its main self-assessment helpline over the summer, raising concerns.

US inflation rate continues to fall

Tue, 13/06/2023 - 14:36
Falling prices for eggs, petrol and furniture helped to cut inflation in May.

Sainsbury's and Asda told not to block rival stores

Tue, 13/06/2023 - 12:27
The supermarkets are accused of stopping rivals opening nearby, potentially reducing consumer choice.

Mortgages: New squeeze on landlords will hit renters too

Tue, 13/06/2023 - 11:52
High mortgage costs mean landlords face a "turning point", a firm warns, leading to fewer homes to rent.

US moves to block Microsoft's Activision takeover

Tue, 13/06/2023 - 08:57
Regulators have asked a judge to block the proposed deal, arguing it could harm competition levels.

Higher minimum wage helps drive record pay rises

Tue, 13/06/2023 - 08:05
Wages rise at their fastest rate in 20 years, excluding the pandemic, but still lag behind the cost of living.

Jack Dorsey: India threatened to shut Twitter and raid employees

Tue, 13/06/2023 - 07:23
Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's allegations have been denied by the Indian government.

Twitter: Linda Yaccarino says it will be 'most accurate real-time information source'

Tue, 13/06/2023 - 02:50
Chief executive Linda Yaccarino says the company aims to "drive civilisation forward".

Can Amsterdam make the circular economy work?

Tue, 13/06/2023 - 00:12
Amsterdam has ambitious plans to radically cut the amount of resources used by the city's economy.

Amazon using AI to boost fight against fake reviews

Tue, 13/06/2023 - 00:09
The tech giant is developing new tools to help track down the brokers buying and selling reviews.

Five key challenges to make AI safe

Tue, 13/06/2023 - 00:03
AI will either improve our lives enormously or destroy us all, the experts tell us - so how could we make it safe?

Port Talbot: Tata boss calls for subsidies to be greener

Mon, 12/06/2023 - 22:59
Tata Steel UK's chairman says a "level playing field" is needed for its steelworks to decarbonise.

Meatless Farm: Vegan mince firm on brink of collapse

Mon, 12/06/2023 - 15:56
Plant-based company Meatless Farm has dismissed most of its workforce and is examining its options.

Heathrow workers call off first summer strikes

Mon, 12/06/2023 - 15:35
More than 2,000 staff said they will postpone industrial action on 24 and 25 June.

Flights cancelled as UK thunderstorm warnings in force

Mon, 12/06/2023 - 15:28
Storms are forecast for much of the UK on Monday, which could cause floods and travel disruption.

JP Morgan agrees to settle lawsuit brought by Jeffrey Epstein victim

Mon, 12/06/2023 - 14:33
The largest US bank says it regrets its relationship with "monstrous" sex-trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.