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Save The Date: MBW presents the Music Business UK Awards in London, November 5

The most enjoyable night in the UK music business calendar is back – with a new name.The Music Business UK Awards, presented by...

Formula 1 wants Monaco to shell out more to host opulent Grand Prix

Liberty Media Corp., owner of the Formula 1 racing business, is seeking additional funds from the principality of Monaco as part of advanced...

US stocks hit record high as volatility hovers near pre-pandemic low

Luxury home builder Toll Brothers lifted its guidance for the full year, as a resilient economy, favourable demographics and a general lack of...

Israel confiscates AP camera equipment over live feed to Al Jazeera By Reuters

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - The Israeli authorities confiscated camera equipment belonging to the Associated Press (AP) on Tuesday, saying the news agency was...

Armada’s BEAT Music Fund reveals slate of new acquisitions, including a music rights deal with Jax Jones

BEAT Music Fund, the dance music investment company launched last year by Netherlands-headquartered Armada Music, has announced a slate of new acquisitions, including...

Federal judge blocks Biden administration rule requiring dealers at gun shows to run background checks

A federal judge has blocked the Biden administration from enforcing a new rule in Texas that would require firearms dealers to run background checks on...

Chinese EV maker Li Auto’s shares plunge on weak profits

Chinese EV maker Li Auto’s shares plunge on weak profits

Britain’s AI safety institute to open US office By Reuters

By Martin Coulter LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s artificial intelligence (AI) safety institute will open an office in the United States, hoping to...

Sony Music Publishing mulls ‘all options’ against Spotify over bundling subscriptions

Sony Music Publishing is considering action against Spotify over a recent change that limits royalty payments to songwriters and publishers.The dispute centers around...

Africa is a wide open market for smartphone firms but new users face risks: ‘Tech can be used for awful things’

Anita Akpeere prepared fried rice in her kitchen in Ghana’s capital as a flurry of notifications for restaurant orders lit up apps on...

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