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The new digital platform will stream games and has its own controller
US financial regulator has called for sanctions after Mr Musk tweeted without seeking Tesla's approval.
The UK's richest man, and now owner of a cycling team, has built a multi-billion pound business by buying unloved assets.
The government has asked state-run banks to step in to save the struggling airline, Reuters reports.
The retail giants tell the competition watchdog a merger would mean shoppers save 10% on everyday items.
The former Staples stationery chain, Office Outlet, is in administration, putting 1,200 jobs at risk.
The Norwegian firm, which employs 35,000 people worldwide, has switched to manual controls at some plants.
A new record number of 32.7 million people were in work between November and January in the UK.
The aviation giant tells airlines it will have new software to control the controversial MCAS system.
The clothing firm had said losses would be £4m this year - it now thinks these could reach £5-6m.
The firm had more orders per week, but their average size was slightly lower.
Australia's PM asks that G20 leaders discuss "unrestricted" social media in the wake of the NZ attacks.
The UK's leasehold system has left many householders in unsellable homes, says a committee of MPs.
As Venezuela staggers under political and economic crises, its citizens are embracing digital money.
Paris comes top of a ranking of the world's most expensive cities, alongside Hong Kong and Singapore.
Kevin Tsujihara leaves after claims he attempted to secure roles for an actress he was involved with.
Berlin public transport gives women 21% off fares to highlight the gender pay gap.
French air crash investigators say there are "clear similarities" between two Boeing 737 Max crashes.
Budget airline withdraws from a potential partnership that was exploring future options for Alitalia.
Average spend reaches £69 as people stay out for longer, says a report into the night-time economy.