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Truth Social shares surge after Trump shooting
Analysts say traders see the shooting as improving Mr Trump's chances of returning to the White House.

Burberry boss ousted as sales continue to fall
The UK fashion house appoints Joshua Schulman to lead the firm as it looks to revive its fortunes.

She's made her opening gambit. What's the chancellor's long game?
Once a junior chess champion, now Rachel Reeves runs the UK economy. Faisal Islam looks at her strategy.

Xi tackles slow growth as economy 'hits the brakes'
A property crisis, local government debt, weak demand and unemployment are hurting China's economy.

Mortgage competition hots up as rates decision looms
Lenders cut the cost of new mortgages, with hopes of further falls, but many homeowners are still stretched.

Is Brazil's Brics-building worth it?
The Brazilian president sees the Brics as a way to remake the world - but it is dominated by China.

Carpetright close to collapse with 1,800 jobs at risk
The retailer says it intends to appoint administrators while it works to secure extra funding.

Unilever to slash a third of European workforce
The biggest job cuts at the company for decades are part of an effort to revive growth.

‘We won’t run out of beer’: Pubs prep for Euro final
A surge in beer, burger, and pizza sales is expected ahead of England's match with Spain on Sunday.

EU says X’s blue tick accounts deceive users
The EU says the way the social media site designs and operates blue tick accounts "deceives" users.

Dover port warns of up to two-hour waits at peak times
New EU border checks and travel for the Olympics will increase congestion at the UK's busiest port.

Post Office boss to step back to prepare for inquiry
Nick Read will step back from his duties to focus on preparing for the final stage of the Horizon IT inquiry.

Pioneering British AI chip designer bought by Japanese firm
Graphcore was once considered one of the country's most promising start-ups, with a £2bn valuation.

Row over rise in water bills as firms say it's not enough
Water firms have hit out at bill rises of £94 over the next five years after wanting bigger hikes.

Water bills: How much will I have to pay?
The regulator sets price limits for England and Wales, but water bills vary across the country.

Why both businesses and scammers love India's payment system
Fast and free, India's UPI payments system has been a big success, but has attracted scammers.

Will K-pop's AI experiment pay off?
Some of the genre's biggest names are now using artificial intelligence, but fans are divided.

'Protectionism eroding global business' - world trade chief
The boss of the World Trade Organization warns the global economy is facing numerous challenges.

Could the 'flying piano' help transform air cargo?
A Texas start-up is developing cargo gliders that would be towed behind a jet.

Would having an AI boss be better than your current human one?
Companies are now experimenting with using AI systems to manage their staff.

How Microsoft and Nvidia bet correctly to leapfrog Apple
The two tech firms were among the first to see the commercial potential of AI.

The fastest data in the world
Researchers are seeing how fast data can be delivered amid rising demand for bandwidth.

What is 'AI washing' and why is it a problem?
Tech firms commonly highlight their use of AI, but in some cases it may be exaggerated.

The screen tech that can do almost anything
New technology promises TV and phone screens that use much less electricity than current models.

Huge Saudi construction projects 'might get scaled down'
Funding concerns are expected to see Saudi Arabia reduce its giant building schemes.

How mobile phone networks are embracing AI
Providers are increasing using artificial intelligence to maintain a reliable service.

Could brain-like computers be a 'competition killer'?
Computers built like brains could be much more energy efficient than current designs.

Too much of a good thing? Spain's green energy can exceed demand
Spain is looking at storing electricity or increasing demand to solve electricity oversupply.

The battle for Gen Z social shoppers
If TikTok is banned in the US, where might its social shoppers go?

'We are creating new crops five-times faster'
How artificial intelligence is increasingly helping the arable farming sector.

'Insane' amounts of data spurs new storage tech
Storing information with holograms and in glass is being proposed to deal with a deluge of data.

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