Sep 08, 2023
Explainer-Why the offshore wind power industry has hit turbulence

By Nina Chestney and Susanna Twidale LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's latest subsidy auction for new renewable energy projects failed to attract bidders from the offshore wind industry, raising fears among developers and environmental groups that the country may struggle to…

Sep 07, 2023
Microsoft to defend customers on AI copyright challenges

(Reuters) - Microsoft will pay legal damages on behalf of customers using its artificial intelligence (AI) products if they are sued for copyright infringement for the output generated by such systems, the company said on Thursday. Microsoft will assume responsibility…

Sep 05, 2023
UBS CEO insists bank not too big after Credit Suisse takeover

ZUG, Switzerland (Reuters) - The new expanded UBS is not too big for Switzerland following the bank's emergency takeover of fallen rival Credit Suisse, Chief Executive Officer Sergio Ermotti said on Tuesday. "UBS is not too big - size is…

Sep 01, 2023
Disney, Charter rates dispute spills over to TVs as ESPN, ABC go dark

(Reuters) -Walt Disney and Charter Communications traded salvos over their unresolved distribution agreement after several channels including ESPN went dark on Thursday for customers of Charter's Spectrum cable service. Disney pulled ESPN, ABC and other cable channels off Spectrum, which…