UK and EU set a Sunday cut-off  for a 'firm decision' on the fate of negotiations

Boris Johnson and the EU have set a Sunday deadline for a “firm decision” on the fate of their future-relationship negotiations, the US Federal Trade Commission and 46 states have brought antitrust cases against Facebook, and DoorDash reached a market value close to $60bn in its public trading debut. Plus the FT’s global media editor, Alex Barker, looks at whether Disney’s push into streaming is enough to save the business. 


Sunday deadline set for ‘firm decision’ on Brexit talks

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US sues Facebook for ‘years-long’ abuse of monopoly power 

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DoorDash shares open up 80% amid IPO frenzy

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Disney faces digital dilemma despite streaming success

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