Emily Nicolle


Technology Editor, covering all things tech, fintech and venture capital. You can follow me at @emilyjnicolle, or get in touch at emily.nicolle@cityam.com

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March 2019 articles

Ride-hailing platform Lyft is launch its investor roadshow today, ahead of the company’s upcoming debut on the New York Stock [...]

17 March

Domino's Pizza store owners have upped their onslaught against the food chain's top UK executives, alleging an ongoing row between [...]

17 March

Social media firms must be better at reacting quickly to take down live broadcasts, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said today. [...]

17 March

Junk food advertisements could be banned from appearing on TV and online before 9pm, as the government today launched a consultation [...]

17 March

Two senior Facebook technology executives have left the social media giant, days after its chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said [...]

14 March

Several of Facebook’s most popular social media platforms are suffering partial outages around the world, largely affecting [...]

13 March

A parliamentary committee has said the parent firm of Snapchat will face questions regarding the reported use of the app by a [...]

7 March

London startup workspace provider Runway East has announced plans to double the size of its existing South London hub to accommodate [...]

7 March

Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg has said the social media giant will be encrypting more of its messaging services, calling it [...]

7 March

Digital identity startup Onfido has quietly closed a £4m investment from Augmentum Fintech, City A.M. has learned. [...]

6 March

The chief executive of London fintech startup Revolut said his firm “hasn’t always gotten things right” in an open letter [...]

5 March

KFC has launched a partnership with London fintech startup Flux which will see the US fried chicken chain go paperless. [...]

4 March

London has cemented its status as the home of more young billion-dollar tech companies than any other European city, taking home [...]

1 March