Month: May 2022

EU to pitch in €9B for Ukraine as it weighs financing options for reconstruction

The European Commission will later on Wednesday announce €9 billion in financial assistance to help cover Kyiv’s budget gap as…

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Cawthorn loses primary in North Carolina

Madison Cawthorn conceded the race to state Sen. Chuck Edwards, who rose to the top of a packed Republican primary.

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‘He’s Not OK’: The Entirely Predictable Unraveling of Madison Cawthorn

‘He’s Not OK’: The Entirely Predictable Unraveling of Madison Cawthorn

HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. — In August of 2015, 16 months after the accident that nearly killed him and left him unable…

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UK inflation soared to 9 percent in April

U.K. consumer price inflation hit 9 percent in April, a significant increase since last month and highest rate in over…

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Sweden, Finland submit applications to join NATO

Sweden and Finland on Wednesday formally applied to join NATO at the military alliance’s headquarters in Brussels. NATO Secretary-General Jens…

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2 winners and 2 losers from the Pennsylvania and North Carolina primaries

2 winners and 2 losers from the Pennsylvania and North Carolina primaries

Supporters celebrate Lt. Gov. John Fetterman’s win in Pennsylvania’s Democratic Senate primary. | Getty Images The takeaways from the biggest…

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GOP picks swing-state nominees for key midterm races

Pennsylvania and North Carolina’s Senate races lead a five-state slate of primaries Tuesday.

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Yvo Volman

One of the biggest EU tech rulebooks looming in the fall, the Data Act, was mostly drafted in Luxembourg, not…

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Zakaria Boufangacha

Dutch union FNV has become a tormentor of gig economy platforms like ride-hailing app Uber and food-delivery app Deliveroo. Zakaria…

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Volker Wissing

No list of the most influential people in the digital world would be complete without someone from the German government….

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Eric Demuth

Being the CEO of a young company backed by tech venture capitalist Peter Thiel is promising — you can ask…

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Emmanuel Marill

When war in Ukraine erupted, Airbnb was quick on its feet to offer support to Ukrainian refugees — and to…

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Aurélie Caulier

Aurélie Caulier, the newly elected chair of Brussels’ European-only tech lobby, comes at a perfect time. As Europe celebrates a…

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Ian Brown

In an era when Big Tech lobbying has reached new heights both in Brussels and Washington, framing the narrative and…

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Wojciech Wiewiórowski

When Wojciech Wiewiórowski took over the European Data Protection Supervisor role from the late Giovanni Butarelli in 2019, he had…

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Tech 28 class of 2022: The ranking

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