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2018
Google's change of heart follows a 4.24-billion-euro ($5.16 billion) fine handed out by the European Commission, the EU antitrust authority, in 2018 for unfairly using Android to cement the dominance of its search engine.

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Presented by Michael Safi with Jillian Ambrose; produced by Courtney Yusuf and Axel Kacoutié; executive producers Archie Bland and Phil Maynard
September 23, 2021
the Guardian
Photograph: Alamy
September 23, 2021
AP NEWS
BRUSSELS (AP) -- A top European Union legal adviser said Thursday that software installed in Volkswagen cars to alter the amount of pollutants coming out of their exhaust pipes in hot or cold weather and at high altitude doesn't conform to the 27-nation bloc's laws.
Ron Miller
September 22, 2021
TechCrunch
Synergy Research released some seemingly paradoxical numbers from the European cloud market this week. The good news was that the firm found for the period beginning in 2017 through the second quarter of this year, the market grew fourfold, to €7.3 billion ($8.8 billion USD), while European cloud vendor revenue doubled. The bad news? Those [...]
September 22, 2021
mint
A cold winter might force European regulators to speed up the approval process for the controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline now running between Russia and Germany
September 22, 2021
mint
Natural-gas supply shortfalls have led to record prices for the fuel and electricity, stoking fears of a shortage
September 22, 2021
https://www.outlookindia.com/
Lithium and its abundance or lack thereof are at the heart of the world's pressing focus to shift to cleaner energy forms.
Jillian Ambrose Energy correspondent
September 21, 2021
the Guardian
World's energy watchdog intervenes after Russia decides not to increase exports despite record prices
Chris Price
September 21, 2021
The Telegraph
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Jennifer Rankin in Brussels
September 21, 2021
the Guardian
Analysis: As governments shield consumers against soaring prices, Russia and renewables are coming under scrutiny
Connor Coombe-Whitlock
September 21, 2021
Express.co.uk
FURLOUGH payments will soon dry up as the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme comes to a close. As the scheme comes to an end from September 30, it has been hailed as a 'qualified success' but affected workers could still be hit by unexpected demands from the Government. As 2022 approaches, HMRC may 'clawback' money from those who have overclaimed and ahead of this, Britons have been urged to get their budgetary affairs in order.
Karl Flinders
September 21, 2021
ComputerWeekly.com
The completion of complex open banking initiatives could still be over a decade away for many companies in the finance sector
Jillian Ambrose
September 21, 2021
the Guardian
From moves by China and Russia to changes in UK regulation, these are the factors that created the perfect storm
David Smith in Washington
September 21, 2021
the Guardian
UK and airlines welcome news that US will lift Covid-19 travel restrictions from early November
Graeme Wearden
September 21, 2021
the Guardian
Empty shelves are seen in the meat aisle of a supermarket in Liverpool, Britain, yesterday Photograph: Phil Noble/Reuters
Aria Alamalhodaei
September 21, 2021
TechCrunch
Battery Resourcers, a startup that's developing a closed-loop approach to lithium-ion battery materials, has closed $70 million in mid-round funding to scale its commercial operations across two continents. The company, which is based in Worcester, Massachusetts, doesn't just recycle batteries. It's also engineered a process to turn that recycled material back into critical battery materials [...]
FinSMEs
September 21, 2021
FinSMEs
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Fiona Harvey Environment correspondent
September 21, 2021
the Guardian
Energy crisis could have been lessened if more had been done to shift UK market towards renewables
Jackie Annett
September 21, 2021
Express.co.uk
SKIPTON BUILDING SOCIETY is offering its existing customers a savings rate of 3.5 percent - one of the best rates currently available on the market after a turbulent 18 months. It goes to show that savings rates are recovering after the COVID-19 pandemic but not everyone can open this account. Here's all you need to know.
Temie Laleye
September 21, 2021
Express.co.uk
MARTIN LEWIS has questioned the Warm Home Discount Scheme amount, stating it 'does not add up'. Speaking on Good Morning Britain today, he raised points to the team, in the hopes they would get answers from the energy minister who was set to appear after him. He wanted answers for the discrepancy between energy bills and the Warm Home Discount and says it would be 'wonderful' if more money could be added to the scheme.
Rebekah Evans
September 21, 2021
Express.co.uk
WARM HOME DISCOUNT concerns have been sparked as a number of energy suppliers have gone bust in recent weeks. It is feared vulnerable households may lose their discount, worth £140 if their provider goes to the wall, potentially creating other financial challenges.
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