Tech stocks that powered US equities to record highs this summer sharply reversed on Thursday

The technology stocks that have powered US equities to record highs this summer went into sharp reverse on Thursday, and Apple has for the first time published a human rights policy that commits to respecting “freedom of information and expression”. Plus, the FT’s Katrina Manson will explain why the US military is eyeing a new generation of space weapons. 


US shares slide 3.5% as tech stocks go into sharp reverse

https://www.ft.com/content/acbd4efd-e8ef-4d16-bf0c-83fc4df83601


Apple commits to freedom of speech after criticism of China censorship

ft.com/content/a88f5d3d-0102-4616-8b3f-cb0661ba305d?


US military officials eye new generation of space weapons

https://www.ft.com/content/d44aa332-f564-4b4a-89b7-1685e4579e72



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