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LONDON: Aritra Chakravarty, founder of London-based online accounts and investments provider Dozens, admits it’s a tough time to be seeking up to £15mil (US$19mil) for a startup.
Analysts take a look at key risks to the local bourse
MADRID: Spain's Santander reported a record net loss of 11.1 billion euros ($13 billion) in the second quarter, taking the biggest hit yet for a European bank dealing with the coronavirus crisis which it tried to offset with lower costs.
(Reuters) - Britain's sports minister has said a Saudi-backed consortium's proposed takeover of Premier League side Newcastle United is a football matter and that while he is "keeping an eye on it" he will not interfere.
Aritra Chakravarty, founder of London-based online accounts and investments provider Dozens, admits it’s a tough time to be seeking up to £15mil for a startup.
Chief executives from four of the biggest US technology companies will face a moment of reckoning on July 29 in an extraordinary joint appearance before Congress that will air bipartisan concerns that they are using their dominance to crush rivals at the expense of consumers.
Facebook Inc chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg is prepared with what he sees as a compelling argument for lawmakers ready to grill him on antitrust issues: hindering American technological innovation only helps China.
The four major tech firms whose chief executives are testifying at a congressional antitrust hearing face a variety of complaints about their dominance in the United States and elsewhere.
HONG KONG: Credit Suisse Group AG invested nearly US$100mil in Ant Group during its last funding round, according to people familiar with the matter,
The biggest US technology companies have gone on a buying spree this year, waving off intense scrutiny from competition watchdogs and critics who say they’ve bolstered their power by snatching up nascent rivals.