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Oops: Chief Climategate investigator failed to declare eco directorship

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'Dracula's in charge of the blood bank' Exclusive  The peer leading the second Climategate enquiry at the University of East Anglia serves as a director of one of the most powerful environmental networks in the world, according to Companies House documents - and has failed to declare it.… Case Study:...
Oops: Chief Climategate investigator failed to declare eco directorship

OK, we still don't really get why Zillow was removed from Nasdaq Internet Index (and Trulia was added)

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I was perplexed earlier this week when NASDAQ OMX Group announced plans to remove Zillow from the NASDAQ Internet Index — noting that the publicly-traded Seattle online real estate company was no longer considered an Internet company. Now, here’s where the story took a bizarre turn. At the same time that Nasdaq dropped Zillow,...
OK, we still don't really get why Zillow was removed from Nasdaq Internet Index (and Trulia was added)

Foxconn admits it breached Chinese labor laws by hiring 14 year old interns

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Apple supplier Foxconn has admitted that it did take on intern students as young as 14 years old at its factories after the Taiwanese manufacturing giant published the findings of a report that followed media reports from September. A statement from Foxconn Technology Group provided to TNW confirms that some students...
Foxconn admits it breached Chinese labor laws by hiring 14 year old interns

Google's 'link tax' negotiations break down as France talks tough over new laws

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Negotiations between Google and French media companies seem to have ground to a halt, while a government enquiry has came up with a fresh idea: tax big online companies based on the user data they collect....
Google's 'link tax' negotiations break down as France talks tough over new laws
Potential European anti-trust investigation into iPhone sales tactics moves to next stage

LoveFilm and Netflix are not substitutes for Sky Movies, says UK regulator

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Following an investigation by the UK’s Competition Commission (Ofcom), into anti-competitive movie deals in the UK, the regulator says that there is no clear evidence that LoveFilm or Netflix have changed BSkyb’s dominance in the market. In its latest submission to the Competition Commission (formerly known as the Monopolies and Mergers...
LoveFilm and Netflix are not substitutes for Sky Movies, says UK regulator
Proposed UK mobile payment standard sidelined after complaints from Google and Three

Don't let the facts get in the way of getting a story on to Twitter

www.guardian.co.uk
Forget the Leveson inquiry, says media boss Rupert Sawyer, my job is to keep the people happy, and I've got the formula …Memo: To all staff at Channel 8 From: Rupert Sawyer, chief executiveSubject: A testimony from the very topAn enthusiastic and inquisitive young member of the Channel 8 staff...
Don't let the facts get in the way of getting a story on to Twitter

Australia to Apple, Adobe and Microsoft: Why do we pay more for digital downloads than other countries?

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Australian politicians and have ordered an inquiry that seeks to determine why consumers are forced to pay more for software, music and game downloads from companies including Apple, Microsoft and Adobe, than their overseas counterparts. Each company will be asked to explain to Parliament why Australians are paying more for...
Australia to Apple, Adobe and Microsoft: Why do we pay more for digital downloads than other countries?
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