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gives the pair an opportunity — and incentive — to work toward common ground as Johnson is eager for trade agreements. Johnson, until recently, was so unwaveringly close to Trump that it would seem hard for this not to color his relations with Biden. Back in 2019, after Johnson's Conservative Party won a majority in Parliament, Biden called the new British prime minister a "physical and emotional clone" of Trump. So Biden should be cultivating his relationship with Macron as carefully as the one with Johnson. These relationships across the ocean require constant reassurance, particularly in the wake of the four years of the Trump administration.
Persons: Joe Biden, Boris Johnson, he'll, Johnson, Donald Trump, Biden, Winston Churchill, Trump, Churchill, Downing, Barack Obama, Rupert Murdoch, Jake Sullivan, Antony Blinken's, Philip Stephens, Emmanuel Macron, Macron, Angela Merkel, Merkel, Donald Trump's Organizations: British, European Union, The, Johnson's Conservative Party, U.S, Britain's Guardian, Trump Oval Office, London, Sun, Britain, The Financial Times, Foreign Affairs Ministry, Macron's Initiative, Europe Locations: Cornwall, England, Trump, Soviet Europe, Western Europe, Britain, Downing, Kenyan, France, U.S, British, Europe, German, Germany
Websites around the world, including major news sites and the United Kingdom's government page, were temporarily down during a massive outage early Tuesday. The company, which provides content delivery services to many websites, said the "issue has been identified and a fix is being implemented." It was not immediately clear what caused the massive outage. Multiple news outlets were taken offline, including BBC, Bloomberg News, CNN, The Financial Times, The Guardian, The New York Times and The Verge. The New York Times, CNN and the Guardian appeared to be back up and running about an hour after they were temporarily disabled.
Persons: Fastly, Pinterest, Twitch, Organizations: United, BBC, Bloomberg News, CNN, The Financial Times, Guardian, The New York Times Locations: American
A widespread internet outage affects major websites.
  + stars: | 2021-06-08 | by ( Adam Satariano | Jenny Gross | ) + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
A widespread internet outage affects major websites. The New York Times website on Tuesday. The New York Times Several major websites, including those of the British government, The New York Times, CNN, The Financial Times and The Guardian, were briefly inaccessible for many users on Tuesday morning. Biogen expects the new Alzheimer’s drug to cost about $56,000 a year per patient. Billions of dollars in anticipated costs are likely to be shouldered largely by Medicare, Rebecca Robbins and Pam Belluck report for The New York Times.
Persons: Reddit, Twitch, Fastly, Slack, Adam Satariano, cryptocurrency, Lisa Monaco, Jonathan Ernst, Tom Robinson, Department didn’t, Joseph Blount, Biogen, CJ Gunther, Rebecca Robbins, Pam Belluck, , Joseph Ross, Alzheimer’s, Cowen Organizations: New York Times, ., The New York Times, CNN, The Financial Times, Guardian, PayPal, Twitter, Google, YouTube, Agence France, Presse, The Justice, Colonial Pipeline, DarkSide, Department, Colonial, Biogen, Yale, Wall Street Locations: Hulu, U.S, Russian
A former Clubhouse BH member, in her early 20s, recalled when Ben-Yohanan, 48, contacted her about a surprise date last year. By August, the company had four influencer houses in LA: Clubhouse BH, Clubhouse Next, Clubhouse FTB, and the ironically named Not a Content House. Jerritt Clark/Getty Images for In The Know ExperiencesInterest in Clubhouse BH was strong from the outset. "They would literally treat us like a dollar sign," Not A Content House member member Sabrina Quesada said in the video. But despite pushback from influencers, CMG pushed forward, expanding into new locations at a rapid pace.
Persons: William Beckett, it's, Amir Ben, Yohanan, , Ben, Carolyn Cole, Amir, influencers, CMG, influencer, we've, Simon Yu, Daisy Keech, Christian Young, Jerritt Clark, Sabrina Quesada, Quesada, Devyn Winkler, Winkler, Yohanan's, Ava Tortorici, Keith Sterling, Madi Monroe, Lauren Kettering, Monroe, — Winkler, Cynthia Parker, Anna Shumate, Parker, Abby Rao, Katie Sigmond, Chase Zwernemann, Zwernemann, Kettering, Leslie Golden, Golden, Andrew Omori, Andreessen Horowitz, It's, There's, You'd Organizations: Media, Playboy, Beverly Hills, luxe, Clubhouse Media, CMG, Ben, Hudson Properties, Hype, New York Times, Insiders, BH, YouTube, Staff, Human Resources, Kettering, Bloomberg, The Financial Times, CNBC Locations: Beverly Hills , California, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Europe, Beverly, New Jersey, LA, Beverly Hills, influencers, Orlando
iOS 14 logo of the iOS mobile operating system is seen displayed on a mobile phone with an Apple logo in the background. LONDON — Apple has been accused of antitrust abuse in Germany as it prepares to roll out a new version of its iPhone software. The complaint was made by ZAW, the German Advertising Federation, on behalf of the nine industry associations that it represents. ZAW argues in the complaint that Apple's ATT feature abuses its market power and violates antitrust law. However, it has previously said the changes will bolster user privacy.
Persons: ZAW, Axel Springer, Apple, CNBC's Kif Organizations: Apple, The Financial Times, CNBC, Facebook, German Advertising Federation, Union Locations: Germany, France
LONDON — The CEOs of Uber and Just Eat Takeaway on Wednesday became engaged in a public spat after Uber announced it is planning to launch in Germany — a market that is currently dominated by Just Eat Takeaway. Uber Eats will launch in Berlin in the next few weeks and potentially expand into other German cities in the coming months. Just Eat Takeaway CEO Jitse Groen accused Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi of trying to "depress" his firm's share price on Twitter on Wednesday. Shares of Just Eat Takeaway closed down almost 3%. In Europe, Uber Eats is currently available in the U.K., France, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden and Ireland.
Persons: Uber, Jitse Groen, Dara Khosrowshahi, Khosrowshahi, Groen, Pierre, Dimitri Gore, Uber's, hasn't, it's Organizations: Uber, The Financial Times, CNBC, Twitter, Tech, Coty, Financial Times Locations: Germany, Berlin, France, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Ireland, Europe, India, South Korea, South America, Africa
Jack Ma, founder of Ant Group, reportedly may give up his stake in the company, Reuters reported. Ant Group executives and Chinese regulators are seeking a way forward for the tech giant. Chinese billionaire Jack Ma, the founder of Ant Group, reportedly may give up his stake in the company, Reuters reported. In meetings before the IPO's cancellation, Ma reportedly offered to give parts of Ant Group to the Chinese government. Reuters on Saturday said the decision about whether Ma would exit Ant Group was being discussed in meetings with officials.
Persons: Jack Ma, Ma's, Xi Jinping, Ma, he'd, Vladimir Putin Organizations: Ant Group, Reuters, Ant, Alibaba, Alibaba Group, Saturday, Press, The Financial Times, Wednesday
Alibaba Group has been hit with a record $2.8 billion fine in China. China on Saturday fined Jack Ma's Alibaba Group a record $2.8 billion for abusing its leading market position. Alibaba Group said in a statement that the penalty came from the State Administration for Market Regulation, which had been investigating it since December. Chinese President Xi Jinping then reportedly halted a planned $37 billion initial public offering by Ant Group, another Ma company. The 18 billion yuan fine was a record for China, surpassing the $975 million fine issued to Qualcomm in 2015, as Reuters reported at the time.
Persons: Jack Ma's, Alibaba, Jack Ma's Alibaba, Ma, Xi Jinping, he'd Organizations: Alibaba, Billionaire, Saturday, State Administration, Market, Ant Group, The Financial Times, Xinhua News, China, Qualcomm, Reuters Locations: China
Google is continuing to negotiate with additional publishers, including in the Unites States, to spend $1 billion for what it calls News Showcase. Publishers from a dozen countries have agreed to license content, Google plans to say in a blog post on Wednesday. Publishers including The Financial Times and The Canberra Times collectively are generating 7,000 panels per day and users have registered 200,000 follows, Google plans to announce. Over time, Google hopes publishers can turn followers into paying subscribers or get a sales boost from increased viewership of ad-supported content. Ensuring that Google’s funding grows newsrooms and not owners’ pocketbooks is a conversation journalists’ groups should have with publishers, Google said.
Persons: Mike Blake, Brad Bender, “ It’s, Bender, “ We’re, , Organizations: Reuters, Google, REUTERS, Facebook Inc, Facebook, Publishers, Italy, Wednesday, Google’s, The Financial Times, Canberra Times, La Locations: Irvine , California, U.S, Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Germany, Britain, Google’s, France, Haute Marne, United States
Alibaba's browser has been deleted from Chinese app stores
  + stars: | 2021-03-16 | by ( Sam Shead | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
Alibaba's internet browser has been removed from several app stores in China as the company's feud with the Chinese government continues. Android app stores including those operated by Huawei and Xiaomi have blocked downloads or removed Alibaba's "UC Browser," according to Huawei and Xiaomi phone owners who spoke to CNBC. However, one Samsung phone owner in China said they could still see the browser in Samsung's app store. The UC Browser is also still available on Apple's App Store. It comes after the UC Browser was criticized on a TV show, broadcast by state-owned broadcaster CCTV, about misleading online medical advertising.
Persons: Jack Ma Organizations: Huawei, Xiaomi, UC, CNBC, Samsung, The Financial Times, UC Browser Locations: Paris, China
Queen Elizabeth II received a blockchain journal in the post, and was "interested to learn that the publication is the first open access blockchain research journal available both in print and online," according to a letter from her office. In a letter to the British Blockchain Association, which sent the journal, a member of her office said the queen "much appreciated [the] thoughtful gesture," as first reported by the Financial Times. Queen Elizabeth II was interested in a blockchain journal posted to Buckingham Palace, her office has said. The Journal of the British Blockchain Association included papers on blockchain in relation to privacy law, project management, and socio-technical perspectives. Queen Elizabeth II isn't the first royal to express an interest in cryptocurrencies.
Persons: Queen Elizabeth II, Queen Elizabeth II isn't, Prince Alois of Organizations: British Blockchain Association, Financial Times, The Financial Times, LinkedIn, United Nations, UK Department for International Trade, IBM, Microsoft, CNBC Locations: Buckingham, United, cryptocurrencies, Prince Alois of Liechtenstein, European
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