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Elon Musk sues OpenAI and Sam Altman, saying company putting profit over the public good
Elon Musk, the multi-billionaire owner of Tesla and X, is suing artificial intelligence company OpenAI, accusing the firm of prioritising profit over developing AI for the public good.
Car industry demands budget aid to get electric vehicle sales back on track
The UK car industry has pleaded with the chancellor to help get the transition to electric vehicles (EVs) back on track when he delivers his budget next week, accusing the government of creating an own goal.
Post Office 'attempted to pervert the course of justice', lawyer alleges in new submission to inquiry
Post Office Limited (POL) "intended to pervert the course of justice" by relying on knowingly flawed cash accounts, an inquiry submission filed today alleged.
House prices rise for first time in over a year
For the first time in over a year house prices are more expensive than they were 12 months previously as high mortgage bills have not dampened demand for homes, according to the UK's largest building society.
London's Tube and train fares to be cut on Fridays to lure people back to the city
London's Tube and train fares will be cut on Fridays as the capital's mayor tries to lure more people on to public transport.
Rising Tide nears $1bn valuation with new share sale
Tide, the business banking services platform, is closing in on a share sale that will put it within touching distance of becoming the latest British fintech to attain a $1bn valuation.
Royal Mail to hike stamp prices again in April
The Royal Mail will raise the price of stamps again next month as the company struggles with a decline in the number of letters being posted.
Snapchat flagged in nearly half of child abuse imagery crimes in past year
Snapchat was flagged in nearly half of the crimes involving child abuse imagery over the past year, new figures reveal.
Home Office figures show how vital immigration is to the economy
The Home Office immigration system statistics for 2023 tell a different story to the one that dominates the political discourse.
Sainsbury's to cut 1,500 jobs in cost-cutting plan
Sainsbury's has revealed plans to cut around 1,500 roles as part of a previously announced shake-up of its operations.