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equal interest

HMRC has questions to answer over Amazon and Google's tax bills | Nils Pratley

www.guardian.co.uk
Surely when a company employs staff in the UK to conduct trade with UK customers it is doing business in the UK - if HMRC thinks its hands are tied it had better explain whyAre Amazon and Google the lucky beneficiaries (or shameless exploiters, if you prefer) of tax rules...
HMRC has questions to answer over Amazon and Google's tax bills | Nils Pratley

Telefonica Digital Acquires Controlling Stake In Brazil's Axismed, Its First Move Into E-Health Solutions

techcrunch.com
Telefonica Digital, the tech arm of carrier giant Telefonica, has been making a lot of consumer-focused acquisitions and investments in the last year — and now it’s showing that it has an equal interest in enterprise verticals, specifically in e-health: today it announced the acquisition of a controlling stake in...
Telefonica Digital Acquires Controlling Stake In Brazil's Axismed, Its First Move Into E-Health Solutions

Here Comes The Dude? Wedding Planning Gets Manly

www.fastcompany.com
Chris Easter of TheManRegistry.com has built a thriving business on the assumption that bros have matrimonial feelings, too.The season of ceaseless weddings is upon us, so Fast Company called up Chris Easter, cofounder and president of TheManRegistry.com, to find out if today's men take an equal interest in planning their...
Here Comes The Dude? Wedding Planning Gets Manly

From the archive, 21 August 1856: In praise of...scientists of the industrial age

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The real men of power are not those only who labour in the political arena; in England at least, there are wide fields of ambition open to the exertion of every manThe meetings of the British Association for the Advancement of Science cannot fail to be watched with interest by...
From the archive, 21 August 1856: In praise of...scientists of the industrial age

Report: Location-based mobile services have huge untapped potential worldwide

thenextweb.com
There is a massive demand for location-based mobile services worldwide, according to the findings of a new TNS report, which found that the services are the most sought after by mobile users across the globe ‘Mobile Life‘, the firm’s latest report, concludes that almost two-thirds of mobile users that don’t...
Report: Location-based mobile services have huge untapped potential worldwide
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