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Emirates has rescheduled some of its Boeing 777 flights into US cities.

5G rollout disrupts inbound US flights from around the world

Airlines around the world are adjusting their schedules and aircraft deployments for flights to the US over fears that a 5G rollout by AT&T and Verizon Communications near American airports could interfere with key safety systems.

  • by Anurag Kotoky
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Emirates has rescheduled some of its Boeing 777 flights into US cities.

5G rollout disrupts inbound US flights from around the world

Airlines around the world are adjusting their schedules and aircraft deployments for flights to the US over fears that a 5G rollout by AT&T and Verizon Communications near American airports could interfere with key safety systems.

  • by Anurag Kotoky
Lynas' Mount Weld mine in Western Australia.

Rare earths miner Lynas forced to charter its own ships to avoid COVID disruption

‘Many supply chains are yet to return to normal, and we see this continuing for some time,’ says Lynas CEO Amanda Lacaze.

  • by Colin Kruger
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Opinion & Perspectives

Bracing for impact: WA iron ore miners await spread of Omicron

Large iron ore companies including BHP and Rio have had a small taste of the impact the virus has had on operations - the full impact is soon to come.

Elizabeth Knight
Elizabeth Knight

Business columnist

What BHP’s big move home means for the Australian sharemarket

After two decades, BHP’s experiment with a complicated corporate structure is about to end, injecting more volatility and some extra risk into the Australian sharemarket.

Stephen Bartholomeusz
Stephen Bartholomeusz

Senior business columnist

The electric car bubble will burst - and that’s a good thing

The two things we know for sure about the market for electric vehicles is that it is booming, and also that it is getting very, very crowded. In truth, it is about to turn into a bloodbath.

Matthew Lynn

Banking & finance

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Entrepreneurship

Elon Musk tries to woo the growing market in China for his Tesla EVs.

Musk accused of dancing to Beijing’s tune to build Tesla

China has helped the firm rise up the global ranks but could become a brake on growth.

  • by James Titcomb
Nissan’s Leaf is still one of the world’s top-selling electric vehicles.

Inside Australia’s growing pirate electric car market

With little government support and no second-hand market, a growing cottage industry is providing Australians with the cheap clean cars of the future.

  • by Nick O'Malley

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