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30 Sep
G4S rejects new £2.97bn bid from Gardaworld

Security group G4S on Wednesday rejected £2. 97bn cash offer from rival GardaWorld as “opportunistic”, having rebuffed an earlier similar bid from the Canadian outfit.

30 Sep
China to open antitrust investigation into Google

The Chinese government is preparing to launch an antitrust probe into Alphabet Inc's Google over allegations of competition irregularities.

30 Sep
Regeneron's monoclonal treatment for Covid-19 shows promise in early trial

Early trial results for Regeneron's monoclonal antibody cocktail showed that it helped to alleviate symptoms in patients in mild-to-moderate cases of Covid-19.

30 Sep
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Baidu's voice assistant valued at $2.9bn after investment

Chinese internet giant Baidu announced that its voice assistant was valued at $2. 9bn following a capital raise for an undisclosed amount of money.

30 Sep
FAA to carry out evaluation flights for improved Boeing 737 MAX

The Federal Aviation Administration is due to conduct an evaluation of the recently improved Boeing 737 Max.

29 Sep
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Nokia wins contract for UK 5G network

Nokia secured a deal to supply radio equipment for the UK’s new 5G network alongside BT, the company announced on Tuesday.

29 Sep
Tesla's Musk doubles down on plans for Starlink IPO

Tesla boss Elon Musk doubled down on the firm's promise to let retail investors in on the initial public offering of its space-based internet business, Starlink.

28 Sep
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Tirupati Graphite mulls London IPO

India’s Tirupati Graphite is looking to debut on the London Stock Exchange, it was announced on Monday.

28 Sep
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Petrol station billionaires in running to buy Asda - report

Walmart has chosen buyout firm TDR Capital and the billionaire brothers who founded the EG petrol station business as joint preferred bidders to buy Asda, the Financial Times reported.

28 Sep
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Inovio shares crash after FDA places partial hold on Covid-19 trial

Inovio's phase 2/3 trial of its Covid-19 vaccine candidate was put on partial hold by the US Food and Drug Administration, sending the shares crashing.

28 Sep
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Court temporarily blocks Trump's ban on TikTok

A US district judge granted TikTok a temporary reprieve from US President Donald Trump’s executive order banning it from app stores in the States late on Sunday evening.

28 Sep
Uber wins legal battle to continue operating in London

Uber is to continue operating in London, after a judge upheld its appeal against Transport for London’s decision to revoke its operator licence.

25 Sep
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Apollo and Ceasars Entertainment table rival cash bids for William Hill

US private equity outfit Apollo Global Management and Caesars Entertainment have tabled rival cash takeover offers for bookmaker William Hill.

25 Sep
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MasMovil says not in talks with Vodafone - report

Spain’s MasMovil said on Friday that it had not been approached by Vodafone following a report the London-listed telephone operator had begun talks with the three buyout funds that recently took it over.

25 Sep
Novavax agrees manufacturing deal with Endo for Covid vaccine

Novavax has signed an agreement for Endo International to manufacture its experimental Covid-19 vaccine, which is currently in multiple phase 2 clinical trials.

25 Sep
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US DoJ asks judge to approve WeChat ban from app stores

The US Department of Justice asked a federal judge in San Francisco on Friday to allow the government to ban WeChat's app stores in the country.

24 Sep
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Facebook Oversight Board to launch for US election

The Facebook Oversight Board said it plans to launch ahead of the US presidential election in November to monitor political content on the platform.

23 Sep
Tesla shares hit the skids after 2020 Battery Day underwhelms

Shares of US stockmarket darling Tesla were on the skids after the outfit underwhelmed investors at its 2020 Battery Day.

23 Sep
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Hyundai in talks with EU over delayed Daewoo deal

Hyundai Heavy Industries Holdings are in talks with the European Union antitrust regulators over its bid for Daewoo, reported Reuters on Wednesday.

23 Sep
China Yangtze, world's largest hydroelectric firm, to list in London

The world's largest hydropower company has kicked-off a bookbuilding exercise for the sale of Global Depositary Receipts representing 5% of its capital prior to the offering.