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SCIENCE & TECH
Why Lina Khan could be Big Tech’s new worst enemy
Newly appointed as chair of the FTC, the 32-year-old competition lawyer has become the face of America’s “hipster antitrust” movement.
BY OSCAR WILLIAMS
COMPANIES
Did Cristiano Ronaldo give Coca-Cola a kicking?
The footballer’s preference for water has been credited with a plunge in the company’s stock price.
BY WILL DUNN
16 JUNE
Andy Haldane is right to warn that the UK’s recovery might not be sustainable – or fair
If inflation is not controlled early, it will be those on lower incomes who are less able to cope.
 
BY WILL DUNN
11 JUNE
Anthony Weiner shows the downsides to the NFT meme boom
The ex-Congressman and convicted sex offender raises the question: can the commodification of shame really bring about ethical redemption?
BY SARAH MANAVIS
11 JUNE
SECTORS
In digital trade, the UK is becoming more like the US than the EU
The UK is looking to move away from the EU’s vision of digital trade and align itself more closely with America’s. Is it a risk worth taking?
BY AMY BORRETT
10 JUNE
COMPANIES
Why increasing corporation tax is less progressive than you think
If the question is how do we extract more from the richest, corporation tax is not what you would prioritise.
BY DAVID GAUKE
10 JUNE
COMPANIES
How social media companies help authoritarian governments censor the internet
Increasingly, the price of access to a global digital market is assisting the policing of online speech.
BY LAURIE CLARKE
09 JUNE
COMPANIES
Amazon’s profits have soared – but its tax bill hasn’t
Despite generating almost $45bn in profits between 2018 and 2020, Amazon paid just $1.9bn in US federal income tax.
BY AISHA MAJID
08 JUNE
FINANCE
The City of London would be the ninth largest emitter of CO2 if it were a country
The emissions funded by the City’s banks and asset managers made the sector a bigger polluter than countries including Germany and Canada. 
BY AISHA MAJID
25 MAY
SECTORS
Why getting hacked should be more expensive
Data breaches directly affect customers of businesses, but companies themselves have been getting off relatively lightly – so far.
BY WILL DUNN
24 MAY
SECTORS
“They will be back”: why attacks like the Colonial Pipeline hack keep happening
Hacking gangs say they’re paring back their operations following the attack, but companies and infrastructure remain vulnerable to cyber crime.
BY OSCAR WILLIAMS
19 MAY
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