1. UK focuses on transparency and access with new AI principles. Britain’s anti-trust regulator, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), is, like other authorities around the world, trying to control some of the potential negative consequences of AI without stifling innovation. – Read More on Reuters

2. Regulators Are Trying to Stop Greenwashing Before It Gets Worse. From banning ads to suing over dubious claims, governments are starting to fight back against companies seen as misleading consumers on sustainability. – Read More on Bloomberg

3. So You Want to Be a Luxury Brand? “We buy the luxury brand because it’s something extraordinary,” he says. “It also connects us with a particular group of people who appreciate that and admire that.” – Hear More on Kellogg

4. Kering bets on Gucci shake-up to revive fortunes. While analysts largely see the merits of Kering’s moves, many warn that the results will depend on execution as it looks to tackle not only Gucci’s flagging sales but also problems around its cohesiveness as a group run from Paris but overseeing many of Italy’s biggest luxury brands. – Read More on the FT

5. TikTok debuts new tools and technology to label AI content. TikTok already updated its policy to address synthetic media, which requires people to label AI content that contains realistic images, audio, or video, like deepfakes, to help viewers contextualize the video and prevent the spread of misleading info. – Read More on TechCrunch

6. Can the cotton industry protect its workforce in a changing climate? “Smallholders are disproportionately impacted by the fact that they have very little financial resilience and very little climatic resilience, and an even smaller voice within the industry and cotton’s complex supply chains.” – Read More on Reuters