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Apple has announced profits of $10.2bn in the three months to 29 March 2014 (the company’s fiscal Q2), on some $45.6bn of revenue.
Facebook has announced its results for the first three months of 2014, and they are pretty staggering.
The first day of negotiations between RMT and London Underground to avert next week’s Tube strikes have failed.
Apple’s iPhone 6 may now be launched in 2015, according to Taiwanese news site Commercial Times.
It’s the 40th anniversary of the allocation of postcodes and, in honour of that momentous occasion, Royal Mail has done some research into what postcodes say about their residents.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage launched a £1.5m anti-immigration poster campaign yesterday yet he employs his German wife as secretary.
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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