Welcome to the EM360 Monday bulletin, this is where we break down the biggest stories from around the world in all categories of Tech.
This week, we look at a new initiative that will give customers more control over their data, major changes made to Facebook that will affect brands and startup Goodlord recruiting new a CEO.
Proptech startup Goodlord announce new CEO
Serial entrepreneur and investor William Reeve has been announced as the new CEO of London-based ‘proptech’ startup Goodlord, which offers cloud-based software to help estate agents, landlords and tenants manage the rental process.
New initiative to shake up financial sector and give customers more control over their data
A new initiative called Open Banking has been introduced that will force the UK’s nine largest banks such as Barclays and Lloyds to give their customers more control over their data so they can share it with other financial institutions.
Think tank claims that NHS need to embrace AI
According to Reform think tank, the quality of NHS data needs to stop relying on paper-based systems to take advantage of the purported benefits of AI.
SoftBank invest in Auto1
SoftBank’s Vision Fund has announced investment in online car marketplace Auto1, a Berlin-based online marketplace for buying and selling cars.
Zuckerberg announces major changes to Facebook feed
Facebook is about to undergo a major transformation which will affect its two billion users and many businesses. CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced in a recent post that the social media site will give more prominence to status updates and photos shared by users’ friends and family members while playing down news articles or anything published by brands