Remote working: employers have to work harder
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Remote working: employers have to work harder

With people no longer anchored in the office, publishers have to rethink their personnel practices.

By James Evelegh  |  20/01/2022

When newspapers speak, politicians listen
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When newspapers speak, politicians listen

One of the quickest ways to get politicians to change direction is to enlist the support of a newspaper.

By James Evelegh  |  13/01/2022

Federal lawsuit against Meta given go-ahead by court
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Federal lawsuit against Meta given go-ahead by court

A judge has ruled the US Federal Trade Commission can proceed with its revised antitrust lawsuit against Facebook owner Meta, seven months after its initial complaint was thrown out.

13/01/2022

YouTube grabs biggest share of 2021 Christmas ad money
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YouTube grabs biggest share of 2021 Christmas ad money

YouTube grabbed the biggest share of US brands’ advertising budgets during the run-up to Christmas, according to new figures.

12/01/2022

Meta tests new privacy control centre
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Meta tests new privacy control centre

Facebook owner Meta is testing a new Privacy Centre in the US, offering users a centralised hub setting out their data protection options.

12/01/2022

Indian regulator launches investigation into Google
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Indian regulator launches investigation into Google

A watchdog in India has ordered a probe into Google following allegations that the tech giant is abusing its dominant position in news aggregation.

12/01/2022

Newsquest launches investigations venture for northern England
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Newsquest launches investigations venture for northern England

Northern Echo group editor Karl Holbrook and Newsquest Cumbria group editor Vanessa Sims have established an investigations venture for the north of England.

11/01/2022

LinkedIn launches virtual live events platform
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LinkedIn launches virtual live events platform

LinkedIn is rolling out a virtual live events platform, initially offering a Clubhouse-like audio-only service.

11/01/2022

Tom Newton Dunn to host nightly prime time news programme on talkTV
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Tom Newton Dunn to host nightly prime time news programme on talkTV

News UK Broadcasting yesterday announced that political journalist Tom Newton Dunn will present a major weeknight news and current affairs programme on talkTV when it launches early in 2022.

11/01/2022

West Leeds Dispatch opens new office and begins producing print editions
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West Leeds Dispatch opens new office and begins producing print editions

Independent local title The West Leeds Dispatch is to open a public-facing office for the first time, and begin producing print editions, after securing £112,000 from the National Lottery’s Community Fund.

10/01/2022

New York Times agrees to buy The Athletic
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New York Times agrees to buy The Athletic

The New York Times Co has agreed a $550m cash deal to acquire subscription-based sports site The Athletic.

10/01/2022

Finnish Paperworkers’ Union extends strike in UPM mills
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Finnish Paperworkers’ Union extends strike in UPM mills

The Finnish Paperworkers’ Union has issued a new strike announcement to UPM, declaring that their strike at UPM’s Finnish mills will be extended by two weeks until 5 February 2022.

10/01/2022

Piers Morgan returns to The Sun with his new column, Uncensored
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Piers Morgan returns to The Sun with his new column, Uncensored

Piers Morgan Uncensored, the new weekly column, starts this week. The column will see Piers tackle big talking points as and when they happen, with no fixed day of the week for publication, says The Sun.

10/01/2022

Bloomberg Media CEO steps down to start news outlet
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Bloomberg Media CEO steps down to start news outlet

Bloomberg Media chief executive Justin Smith is stepping down to start a new venture alongside New York Times columnist Ben Smith targeting educated English-speaking readers around the world.

07/01/2022

Germany steps up antitrust investigation into Google
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Germany steps up antitrust investigation into Google

Germany’s Federal Cartel Office, the Bundeskartellamt, has delivered its decision that Google’s business in the country is subject to extended abuse control by the competition authority.

07/01/2022

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