White House will review the ‘technical partnership’ deal between Oracle and ByteDance this week

The Trump administration will review the “technical partnership” deal struck between Oracle and ByteDance before deciding whether to approve the agreement, Nvidia’s $40bn agreed purchase of Arm Holdings gives the US company control over a technology that powers everything from mobile devices to data centres, and a Volkswagen executive claims scandals such as “Dieselgate” could no longer pass undetected at Volkswagen. Plus, the FT’s venture capital correspondent, Miles Kruppa, explains what the Trump Administration is considering as it reviews the partnership agreement between ByteDance and Oracle.


Trump administration to review Oracle’s TikTok deal this week

https://www.ft.com/content/0ccd4a25-381f-46a7-a9e6-ee12ecf1aa88


Nvidia secures control of key global tech with $40bn Arm deal

https://www.ft.com/content/5bc5d0dc-24cd-407f-9fde-0d38c157d833


Dieselgate could not happen again, VW executive claims

https://www.ft.com/content/777cee39-f811-47d5-9841-5952f9a8bab7?


Carlos Ghosn’s deputy goes on trial in Japan

https://www.ft.com/content/03d8a98b-07b1-4d33-b837-64f065446448?



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