EU lawmakers want to force Big Tech companies to pay for news, similar to a move in Australia

EU lawmakers want to force Big Tech companies to pay for news, echoing a similar move in Australia, Tesla’s $1.5bn investment in bitcoin sends the cryptocurrency to record highs, and oil hits $60 a barrel for the first time in a year. Plus, the FT’s Tokyo correspondent, Kana Inagaki, explains what drove SoftBank’s Vision Fund to have its best quarter in four years. 


EU ready to follow Australia’s lead on making Big Tech pay for news

https://www.ft.com/content/4c40c890-afd3-40a3-9582-78a66c37a8af


Tesla sends bitcoin to record high with $1.5bn investment

https://www.ft.com/content/5e83f15e-ea2c-4d2f-8ae8-bf72fc5effd0


Oil hits $60 for first time in a year as supply cuts outweigh lockdowns

https://www.ft.com/content/3032d80d-89b0-4020-922e-f4fa15435b5d


SoftBank’s Vision Fund posts best quarter since launch in 2017

https://www.ft.com/content/c2f107a7-734d-450a-bf46-eb68a65ceaf4



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