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Twitter strips verified check mark from main New York Times account
Despite plans to begin removing them, just one account has lost its check mark for not paying for Twitter Blue so far.
Twitter says parts of its source code were leaked online
It's the latest challenge for Twitter under Elon Musk, who also reportedly said the platform is now worth less than half what he paid for.
Euronews Debates: How can Europe regain pole position in innovation?
Innovation is seen as key to solving some of Europe’s biggest societal, environmental and economic challenges. But competitiveness is lagging and renewed geopolitical uncertainty and Russia’s war in Ukraine are adding additional pressures.
How investing in water can transform economies
Currently, two billion people in the world don't have access to safe drinking water and sanitation, creating a massive block to development. Investing in these resources would have a massive impact.
How one bank’s collapse left health start-ups feeling bereft
SVB served high-risk, high-reward firms. Entrepreneurs fear its downfall will leave a big funding gap and slow down innovation in healthcare.
Twitter lays off more staff, including ‘hardcore’ Elon Musk loyalists
Elon Musk has slashed Twitter’s workforce by nearly three-quarters since he took over the social media platform last year.
Majority of companies in UK four-day week trial keep shorter week
The results of the biggest ever four-day week trial show the majority of companies saw their business performance and productivity maintained high.
From chains to webs: how crises have transformed global supply routes
Conflict, covid and climate change have transformed global supply chains, with businesses doing more to mitigate risk - and investing in technology to handle increasingly complex networks
Cambodian families face eviction as part of Angkor Wat protection plan
With visitor numbers expected to rise now pandemic travel restrictions are over, the government aims to clear them within the next four months.
More ‘Frozen’ and ‘Toy Story’ sequels as Disney axes 7,000 jobs
Disney CEO Bob Iger has announced multi-billion dollar cost saving restructuring and sequels to some of the company's biggest animated franchises
How are EU households and businesses coping with the energy crisis?
The EU has introduced measures to help shield citizens from the impacts of exorbitant energy bills and global energy market disruption. But are they working?
The success behind Brno's business-boosting hub
Euronews explores how the success of the JIC business hub helped reinvent Brno from a former textile city, into an innovation ecosystem
Is AI starting the biggest tech revolution since the iPhone?
The company behind ChatGPT, the powerful new chatbot, says AI tools will change the world in a way that's still hard to grasp.
Microsoft invests billions in ChatGPT maker OpenAI
OpenAI is the start-up behind ChatGPT and other tools that use artificial intelligence to generate text and images, such as DALL-E.
Spotify to cut hundreds of jobs as tech layoffs pile up
"In hindsight, I was too ambitious in investing ahead of our revenue growth," CEO Daniel Ek told employees.
Google cuts 12,000 jobs as tech industry layoffs intensify
The news comes days after rival Microsoft said it would lay off 10,000 workers.
MENA Moonshots: Early-stage investment to support start-ups
Lindsay Miller is the managing partner and board director of a boutique early-stage investor
The circular economy: A €4.1 trillion opportunity?
We talk to the people and players who believe the circular economy is a way to create sustainable growth and also generate profit.
What is Davos? Your guide to the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting
The World Economic Forum has held a meeting every year since it was founded in 1971. But why is Davos, as it is commonly known, so significant?
Food and Drink
French billionaire François Pinault takes over Champagne Jacquesson
François Pinault, a French billionaire and owner of the luxury group Kering, has acquired Champagne Jacquesson, a small, prestigious champagne producer known for its high-quality sparkling wines