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Google’s shares dropped 6% on Wednesday, the equivalent of $22bn in value.
Amazon is trialling an unusual method of boosting productivity and morale in its US warehouses. The giant internet retailer is offering employees generous severance packages to leave the company.
Ukip leader Nigel Farage has fought back at the “immensely privileged” Times journalists who accused him of misusing EU taxpayers cash.
Former England Captain David Beckham has put his luxury BMW convertible up for sale on vehicle listings service auto Trader.
Wages are now rising faster than inflation for the first time since 2010.
Google has updated the terms for its popular email service Gmail after being accused of failing to be transparent over privacy of data.
In the past few days we’ve been following with relish the news that North Korean officials attempted to get a poster of Kim Jong-un taken down from a west London hair salon.
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