Amazon Faces First-Ever UK Strike

Amazon is facing its first-ever strike in the UK, with hundreds of workers at its Coventry warehouse announcing strike dates.

UK Blocks Chinese Takeover of Its Largest Semiconductor Plant

The UK government is ordering a Dutch company to divest itself of a Welsh semiconductor plant over national security concerns revolving around China.

Amazon Facing $1 Billion UK Lawsuit for Unfairly Promoting Its Own Products

Amazon is facing a massive lawsuit in the UK over claims it unfairly favors and promotes its own products.

Britain Ramping Up Anti-Competition Scrutiny; Targeting Cloud Market Next

Britain is planning to ramp up its anti-competition scrutiny, looking at the world’s top cloud providers.

Atlassian Leaving London for the US

London, and the UK in general, suffered a stinging blow as tech company Atlassian is moving its headquarters to Delaware, USA.

Dell Is Testing 4-Day Workweeks in Europe

Dell is aggressively investigating the viability of 4-day workweeks, launching a major trial in the UK and now the Netherlands.

UK Will Require Tech Firms to Verify User Identity When Posting Online

The UK is preparing to implement its Online Safety Bill, including provisions that will require tech firms to combat online trolls with ID verification.

Livability Rates Lexington, KY a Top 100 Place to Live

Lexington, KY may be known for bluegrass, bourbon, thoroughbreds and UK sports, but it is also in the top 100 best places to live.

Brexit May Have Cost the UK an Intel Factory

Intel has ruled out the possibility of building a factory in the UK, thanks to Brexit.

’AUKUS’ — Australia, UK, US Form Security Partnership to Counter China

Australia, the UK and US have formed a new security partnership in an effort to better counter China.

University of Kentucky Discloses Large Data Breach

The University of Kentucky has sent out a letter disclosing a data breach impacting some 355,000 individuals.

Huawei May Be Pivoting to Electric Vehicles

After suffering devastating losses as a result of US sanctions, Huawei may be preparing to pivot to electric vehicles.

UK Court Blocks Epic’s Case Against Apple

The UK antitrust tribunal has blocked Epic from pursuing its case against Apple — over how the App Store and in-app payments work — in the UK.

Starlink Internet Service Expanding to the UK

Elon Musk’s second company has hit a major milestone, expanding its Starlink internet service to the UK, its first international market.

UK Watchdog Investigating Nvidia’s Purchase of Arm Holdings

Britain’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is launching an investigation into Nvidia’s acquisition of Arm Holdings.

Huawei Willing to Meet Any Demand From Swedish Government

Huawei has signaled it is willing to meet any demand the Swedish government may impose to avoid being banned from the country’s 5G networks.

UK Bans Huawei Equipment Installation Starting September

UK has announced carriers must stop installing Huawei equipment by September 2021, as it ramps up its ban.

Google Sued For $3 Billion in the UK Over YouTube Privacy

Google is being sued for $3 billion in the UK over allegations that YouTube tracks children, violating the UK’s privacy laws.

6 Ways to Achieve Great Employee and Customer Engagement

There are six things that you need to think about with employee engagement and customer engagement says Andrew McMillan, a renowned customer experience expert based in the U.K. “The most important thing is what you do for each other is actually what you do for customers.”

China Says There Will Be a Cost For the UK’s Huawei Decision

China has expressed its disappointment in the UK’s decision to ban Huawei and said there will be a cost.