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Comcast retreats from battle with Disney over Fox to focus on Sky offer
Comcast has backed down in its Hollywood battle royal with the Murdoch dynasty and Disney over 21st Century Fox, saying it will instead focus on its attempt to conquer Europe with a £26bn takeover of Sky.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 20/07/18
Virgin Media attacks 'dinosaur' BBC as four million homes face UKTV blackout in fees row
Millions of homes are due to be cut off from some of Britain’s most popular television channels this weekend after Virgin Media labelled the BBC a “dinosaur” with a “broken business model” in a bitter row over fees for UKTV, the broadcaster behind Dave and Gold.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 20/07/18
Government to force carbon accounting into annual reports
Britain’s largest companies will need to lay bare the size of their carbon footprint alongside their statutory financial results in their annual reports from next year.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 19/07/18
EU fines Google record £3.9bn for illegal Android deals
The EU has opened a new front in its increasingly bitter war with Silicon Valley by hitting Google with a record-breaking monopoly abuse fine.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 19/07/18
Unilever is a test of London’s flexibility
Yes to Aramco.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 18/07/18
Airbus and Rolls-Royce to stockpile parts amid claims of 'criminal' Brexit damage
Rising fears of a no-deal Brexit cast a shadow over the aerospace industry’s main showcase today as both Airbus and Rolls-Royce warned over stockpiling and voiced frustration with the ongoing drama at Westminster.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 18/07/18
Netflix shares plunge in after-hours trade after forecast miss
Shares in Netflix plunged by more than 14pc in after-hours trading, after it missed analyst expectations for subscriber growth by more than one million users, in what it called a "strong but not stellar" quarter.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 17/07/18
Tesla-style Autopilot lulls motorists into 'false sense of security'
Driving assistance software such as Tesla’s Autopilot risks lulling motorists into a false sense of security, one of Britain’s biggest car insurers has warned.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 16/07/18
Amazon targets Sky with its own smart TV 
Amazon is preparing the next phase of its pay-TV attack on Sky with plans to unleash its own smart television set and elbow its way into more homes.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 16/07/18

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