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  • How TV news de-civilised us

    The expansion of broadcasting has polluted public life far more than social media

  • Hong Kong diary: locked down in luxury

    The city’s quarantine restrictions, among the strictest in the world, come at a high price

  • US sanctions Chinese officials over Hong Kong crackdown

    Trump administration ratchets up pressure on Beijing in its final days

  • Bumble IPO filing details $125m cash payout and loan to founder

    Whitney Wolfe Herd’s financial arrangements made public as Blackstone-backed dating app readies listing

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  • Bumble IPO filing details $125m cash payment and loan to founder

    Whitney Wolfe Herd’s financial arrangements made public as Blackstone-backed dating app readies listing

  • CDC warns Covid-19 variant could dominate US by March

    Health officials urge more precautions to curb spread as Biden lays out plans for vaccine push

  • How Biden’s stimulus plan shook up global markets

    Democratic party’s Senate wins boost everything from small-caps to copper while Treasuries sink

  • Biden’s $1.9tn stimulus plan faces Republican backlash

    Spending $350bn on aid for state and local governments is big sticking point

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  • Biden’s $1.9tn stimulus plan faces growing Republican backlash

    Spending $350bn on aid for state and local governments is big sticking point

  • Spanish freeze lays bare conditions in one of Europe’s biggest shanty towns

    Inhabitants of a section of illegal settlement have been without electricity for three months

  • James Murdoch blasts US media for unleashing ‘insidious forces’

    Comments from Rupert Murdoch’s son are his strongest public rebuke of media practices since leaving the family business

  • US prosecutors claim Capitol rioters targeted elected officials

    Allegation comes as internal watchdogs review government agencies’ actions in lead-up to assault

  • WhatsApp delays privacy changes that led to user outcry

    Company says it needs time to clear up confusion and misinformation

  • WhatsApp delays privacy changes that led to user exodus

    Company says it needs time to clear up confusion and misinformation

  • Donald Trump, Twitter and the messy fight over free speech

    The decision to ban the president has demonstrated the unaccountable power of the big social media companies

  • Mexico clears ex-defence minister accused by US of cartel ties

    López Obrador tones down law that would have hampered operations of American anti-narcotics agents

  • EU countries decry ‘very short notice’ of delay in delivery of Pfizer vaccine

    Drugmaker says temporary cuts are the result of a factory revamp designed to boost production this year

  • US prosecutors claim Capitol rioters came to ‘assassinate’ officials

    Allegation comes as internal watchdogs review government agencies’ actions in lead-up to assault

  • US banks release billions from reserves foreseeing lower Covid losses

    JPMorgan, Citi and Wells Fargo cite vaccine rollout and better economic outlook

  • Total quits powerful US oil lobby over climate policy

    First major oil group to cut ties with American Petroleum Institute spotlights US-Europe rift

  • Holiday shopping season was damp squib for US retailers

    December retail sales fell sharply and November was worse than originally thought

  • Bobi Wine, a tenacious challenger set on power in Uganda

    During his campaign, Africa’s ‘ghetto president’ has been beaten and thrown in jail more times than he can recall

  • Deutsche board member urged ex-Wirecard CEO to “do [the FT] in!!”

    Austrian financier Alexander Schütz called on Markus Braun to do more to rebut FT’s critical reporting

  • Young people’s mental health must be a priority this lockdown

    For some children the pandemic will build resilience, but many others will bear scars

  • France’s Total quits powerful US oil lobby over climate policy

    First major oil group to cut ties with American Petroleum Institute puts spotlight on rift between US and Europe

  • Russia to withdraw from Open Skies defence treaty

    Moscow’s decision effectively cripples the 2002 treaty following US withdrawal last year

  • A Senate trial is not the right answer to Donald Trump

    History shows that a partisan proceeding will delay healing and fail to convince his supporters

  • Brazilian authorities airlift oxygen to coronavirus-stricken Manaus

    Health experts say a new strain is hitting Amazonian city harder than during first wave

  • US banks release billions from reserves in anticipation of lower Covid losses

    JPMorgan, Citi and Wells Fargo cite vaccine rollout and better economic outlook

  • Three big US banks release $5bn in loan loss reserves in sign of optimism

    JPMorgan, Citigroup and Wells Fargo cite increased certainty on vaccines and improving economic outlook

  • Dutch government resigns over child benefits scandal

    Mark Rutte will stay on as caretaker prime minister for 2 months before new elections

  • Bill Hornbuckle: the gambling man with a steady hand

    MGM’s chief executive must ensure the group adapts to cope with the structural changes reshaping the industry

  • Wells Fargo profits rise as loan losses fall

    Share buybacks likely as earnings beat expectations

  • Pfizer to limit vaccine deliveries temporarily to Europe

    Norway first to be told it will receive fewer doses than expected next week

  • Sarah Cooper: ‘Trump is the most dangerous man to ever hold office’

    The comedian on the power of satire — and what the president really thinks of her lip-sync TikTok videos

  • Italian prime minister faces crunch vote on his future

    Giuseppe Conte races to win support from majority of senators before confidence vote on Tuesday

  • Bitcoin securities trading surges as investors seek crypto exposure Bitcoin securities trading surges as investors seek crypto exposure

    German exchange traded product garners volumes matching those of popular European funds

  • JPMorgan’s net income jumps 42% as it releases nearly $3bn in reserves

    Chief cites ‘positive vaccine and stimulus developments’ in decision to reverse some loan-loss charges

  • JPMorgan reverses $3bn of loan loss charges

    Net income jumped 42 per cent in the final three months of 2020

  • France issues ‘clear and final no’ over Carrefour takeover bid

    Canadian convenience store group Couche-Tard has offered €16.2bn for the supermarket company

  • Pension funds stick by Blackstone despite closeness to Trump

    Founder Stephen Schwarzman was one of president’s staunchest backers on Wall Street

  • Deutsche Bank chief says €18m Wirecard loss shows value of its risk management

    Christian Sewing points to relatively small hit from payment provider’s collapse despite €80m exposure

  • Shares in China’s Xiaomi tumble after US investment ban

    Washington order means US shareholders in smartphone group could be forced to divest

  • Serious Fraud Office closes bribery probe into British American Tobacco

    UK agency began investigation in 2017 after claims company bribed officials in east Africa

  • Toshiba hires Goldman anti-activist team as EGM showdown looms

    Japanese tech group re-engages Wall Street bank as it prepares to face-off with investors

  • Wuhan is at the heart of a battle over the roots of coronavirus

    Rival narratives about the origin of the pandemic compete in the Chinese city where it began a year ago

  • Trump impeachment threatens to cast shadow over Biden

    Trial in Senate likely to act as drag on president-elect’s legislative priorities

  • Shift in Europe policy likely as Germany’s CDU elects new leader

    Frontrunner Friedrich Merz strikes very different tone on EU to Angela Merkel

  • Performance test looms for $900bn private debt market

    Investors who made loans during calmer times before pandemic face a reckoning, analysts say

  • From Suez to Brexit and back again: Britain’s long search for a role

    Britain’s departure from the EU reopens a difficult debate over its place in the world

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    Source: https://www.newslocker.com/en-us/profession/financial_news/2021-01-15/

    Donovan Larsen

    Donovan is a columnist and associate editor at the Dark News. He has written on everything from the politics to diversity issues in the workplace.

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