Thursday August 6, 2020

The week in Business

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6th October, 2019
Democrat Elizabeth Warren plans to break up the US’s tech giants if she becomes president

Harland and Wolff, the landmark Belfast shipyard that went into administration in August, was bought by InfraStrata, a London-based energy firm. The new owner said it would retain the 79 workers who are still employed and that the site will focus on metal fabrication for its energy projects. These include a gas storage plant at Islandmagee, Co Antrim. The sale follows a nine-week occupation of the shipyard by workers. Susan Fitzgerald of the Unite union...

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