Facebook’s whistleblower goes to Europe
Toshiba has ruled out pursuing a deal to take the whole company private and is set to reveal a plan to split the business in three, and Facebook’s whistleblower is calling on the UK and EU to do more to control online harm. Plus, the FT’s markets editor, Katie Martin, will dive into the latest US inflation report and Elon Musk’s sale of 10 per cent of his Tesla shares.
Toshiba rules out deal to take whole group private
Facebook whistleblower warns UK and EU to do more to control online harm with Madhumita Murgia
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Inflation is bad, but not worse - with Katie Martin
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