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European Football Clubs Are Turning to AI for an Assist

European Football Clubs Are Turning to AI for an Assist

Acronis has convinced Europe’s most prestigious football clubs to trust it with their data—now, it plans to use that information to help them win more games. Founded by Serguei Beloussov, a Russian-born Singaporean serial entrepreneur with a taste for bow ties, Acronis provides data storage, backup, and cyber-protection services to businesses in over 150 countries. …

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Apple’s App Store Draws Antitrust Scrutiny in European Union

Apple’s App Store Draws Antitrust Scrutiny in European Union

American investigations of Big Tech’s power, including those by the Justice Department, Federal Trade Commission and state attorneys general, have tended to lump Apple in with Google, Facebook and Amazon. But Apple was thought to be at the least risk of punishment there because its business practices appeared to be less problematic than its closest …

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Amazon Set to Face Antitrust Charges in European Union

Amazon Set to Face Antitrust Charges in European Union

This month, Ms. Vestager signaled more action against American tech giants, including giving her office added antitrust powers to address structural competition problems within an industry rather than just individual cases against a single company. The European Commission, the executive body for the European Union, is also debating a new digital services law that would …

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European brands offer their products during COVID-19

Trend Analyst responsible for writing Trend Observation content covering the mainland Europe region. March 30th, 2020March 30th, 2020 With most of Europe on lock down due to the COVID-19 outbreak, brands across the region are offering free memberships and products until April 2020 to encourage people to stay indoors.  Source: Getty Images What we’ve seen …

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European antitrust chief says Google's auction-based shopping remedy not working

European antitrust chief says Google’s auction-based shopping remedy not working

European antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager said yesterday at a conference that Google’s efforts to drive more traffic to European comparison shopping rivals have essentially failed. This is a reversal of her previous, qualified support for the changes Google made in response to a European Commission finding in 2017 that the company had “abused its market …

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European lawmakers vote to strengthen bee protection

The European Parliament on Wednesday blocked a diluted proposal by the 28-nation bloc’s executive arm on protecting bees from pesticides, arguing it didn’t go far enough.  European lawmakers adopted a resolution urging the European Commission to “table new legislation based on the latest scientific and technical knowledge.” They said the Commission weakened its initial proposal …

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Irish IoT start-up Davra receives funding from European Space Agency

Davra was one of three Irish companies awarded a share of €1.5m in co-funding from the European Space Agency. Irish IoT start-up Davra was recently awarded funding from the European Space Agency (ESA) Centre for Earth Observation. The Dublin-based company secured 50pc co-funding for a €570,000 project to develop an integrated satellite and distributed ground …

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Global expands European outdoor operation with MMD Media acquisition

Global has acquired Dutch digital out-of-home company MMD Media in a move that signals its intent to expand outside the UK. MMD Media specialises in forecourts and its network consists of 1,378 digital screens located at 607 petrol stations across the Netherlands.  The Capital and LBC owner had entered the Dutch outdoor market through its …

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Google readies new markup rules for European news publishers

Google is getting ready to change how it presents content in search results pages in France and throughout Europe. This follows on the heels of the new European Copyright Directive that first rolled out in France. The Copyright Directive is intended to generate fees for media publishers whose content appears in search results and on …

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