Business Facebook says it didn't help Russia sway Brexit referendum
Facebook head of global affairs, Nick Clegg - the former UK deputy prime minister - says it's wrong to suggest that the networking site was a vehicle for Russian efforts to sway Britain's 2016 Brexit referendum. Julian Satterthwaite reports.
Business Facebook says it didn't help Russia sway Brexit referendum 1.3 million sign up for first-time U.S. jobless help VW can face dieselgate claims where cars bought Vodafone, BT: we need years to drop Huawei gear Airbus deliveries slump; Rolls-Royce bleeds cash Tesla "very close" to fully autonomous driving Sustainable Business: Rooftop revolution Sustainable Business: Does it pay to protect nature? Brooks Brothers files for bankruptcy Tech shares drive Wall Street higher 'Stay-at-home' stocks here to stay: advisor United Airlines warns 45% of staff face furlough Daimler cuts costs, frets over U.S.-China dispute Meal deal among new UK £30 billion stimulus plans Facebook failing to protect civil rights -audit Appetite for travel rebounds despite pandemic Boohoo reviews suppliers over working conditions U.S. probes allegations TikTok violated children's privacy - sources South Koreans catch Tesla fever U.S. airlines to accept billions in federal loans ‘No commitment’ to act at Facebook -boycott organizers for-phone-only for-tablet-portrait-up for-tablet-landscape-up for-desktop-up for-wide-desktop-up