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JAMIE CARR: Huawei shrugs off sanctions to challenge iPhone

US sanctions had been designed to prevent the company getting its hands on 5G technology, but that proved about as effective as attempts to stop Pieter-Steph ...

JAMIE CARR: Cash-generative AI

OpenAI goes from strength to strength thanks to ChatGPT

JAMIE CARR: Feeding on the fat of the land

Weight-loss medication powers Novo Nordisk to new heights as rivals play a desperate game of catch-up

JAMIE CARR: Upstart Nio poses threat to Detroit car giants

The EV company may be losing money at spectacular speed, but it has hefty state backing

JAMIE CARR: UK wine makes comeback

Under the Romans the wine industry flourished. Now, because of climate change, it’s growing again

JAMIE CARR: Banking on good health

More slick growth for Discovery but Astral Foods staggers under power cuts and bird flu

JAMIE CARR: Arm gets a big leg up

There is a great deal of hope that Arm’s triumphant debut on the Nasdaq might mark a turning point

JAMIE CARR: Impressive Shoprite scores under the posts

Sixty60 delivery operation kicks all the conversions, and its opponents’ butts

JAMIE CARR: More of a lulu than a lemon

Athleisure company finds a sweet spot thanks to blistering growth in China

JAMIE CARR: Speed bumps for a fast mover

Hanoi’s VinFast EV maker makes spectacular Nasdaq debut but has yet to sell many cars

JAMIE CARR: War rearranges the investment landscape

Arms maker’s order book overflows as Ukraine and its allies stock up for counteroffensive

JAMIE CARR: At last, Uber posts first operating profit

Uber faces a long journey before it generates a decent return on capital, if it ever gets there

JAMIE CARR: Hermès bags big profits

With 22% sales growth in the first half, the strategy of selected supply is certainly paying off for the luxury goods group

JAMIE CARR: Recycle the plastic, doll

Mattel is in the pink thanks to the success of the ‘Barbie’ movie

JAMIE CARR: JPMorgan Chase still on the money

JPMorgan Chase’s revenue and profits hit the heights but interest rate gloom lifts provision for credit losses to $1.7bn