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Amazon prime day on Amazon android application

Amazon’s Prime Day is believed to have broken its sales records by quite a bit and made Jeff Bezos the wealthiest person in the world despite massive glitches and worker protests.
Woman is installing Netflix application on Lenovo tablet

Netflix failed to reach its subscriber targets for the second quarter and missed on certain earnings predictions, sending its share prices downward by 14 percent in one day.
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan speaks at the Fabian Society New Year Conference in central London

London Mayor Sadiq Khan commissioned a study that showed the UK economy may benefit by £33 billion per year through significant infrastructure investments.
Father playing with his little son at home office

One quarter of people in the UK currently own a business and that will rise to one half of work age people by 2030, which may make some employers unhappy.
Facebooks CEO Mark Zuckerberg arrives at the European Parliament to answer questions in Brussels on May 22 2018

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is the third richest person in the world after having surpassed Warren Buffett on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index
Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James celebrates his game-winning three-point basket in the fourth quarter against the Indiana Pacers in game five of the first round of the 2018 NBA Playoffs

Researchers at Harvard University and the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) have quantified the astounding economic impact of the “LeBron James affect”, or “LeConomics".
lassic Red Austin Mini motor car parked on Felixstowe seafront promenade

Thousands of jobs and a decade of growth in the motor industry are being jeopardised by an absence of government clarity on the UK's Brexit arrangements.
A woman climbs a ladder to reach a bottle from a collection of gin in the gin tower restaurant

As the British become more willing to pay for premium alcohol, gin has returned to popularity throughout the United Kingdom, tripling sales since 2009 and boosting the number of new distilleries.
Round of 16 - Colombia vs England England fans celebrate after the match

If England’s team makes it to the World Cup finals, it could bring billions to the United Kingdom’s economy, a circumstance that would surely be welcome.
Reed Hastings co-founder and CEO of Netflix and Ted Sarandos Netflix chief content officer pose for photographs during a news conference in Seoul

A new Cowen survey showed that Netflix is not only in the lead ahead of traditional television and video streaming services, but its customer base shows that its lead will keep growing.