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Autonomy founder Mike Lynch has counter-sued computer goliath Hewlett-Packard for over $150m (£99m).
According to one party donor, he could be
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Planning an office Christmas party is an exciting opportunity to demonstrate to colleagues and clients that you know what’s what, according to Ofer Yatziv
We’ll probably look back on it as a blip
Former Labour supporter Lord Sugar has hit out at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s policies.
And he has the screenshots to prove it
It’s the usual suspects – but which have risen and which have fallen?
Every Londoner falls into one of two categories
It’s all a big misunderstanding, apparently
It’s like TripAdvisor for people
Pay rise for one million workers from today as minimum wage rises… slightly
London’s media barons debate
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He’s one of the most famous whistleblowers in history and now he’s on Twitter
Carbon emitting companies need to make some big changes now to avoid destabilising the market, he said
The co-founder of the7stars on growth and keeping work fun
Sainsbury's annual profit to beat forecasts despite reporting SEVENTH consecutive quarter of falling sales
Sainsbury’s is making “good process”, says CEO Mike Coupe
Would you pay £500 per month to sleep on the floor of this cupboard in Clapham? No, of course you wouldn’t
Pay to live out your Harry Potter fantasy! (We mean the horrible emotional abuse at the start before he finds out he’s a wizard.)
The difference between the highest and lowest is stark
Uber issues fare rise warning
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Mining firm Glencore faces huge debt problems as commodity prices fall
London beat Manchester and Edinburgh, but withdrew at last minute. Race now set to begin in Germany
It doesn’t take thousands to get your start-up underway
Do the actors who play Kathy Beale and Max Branning get paid when they’re not on screen?
The Shard just got another big tenant - recruitment firm Robert Half UK and its business consultancy subsidiary Protiviti.
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And 28% were educated overseas
Government can’t have it both ways
Or is this a clever political game? We investigate
Who in their right mind would pay £21,000 a month for a renting a flat in Mayfair?
The coolest brand in Britain is *drumroll please* Apple.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell is leading the debate
The winners of the Student of the Year awards have been revealed
According to the government’s own figures, nitrogen oxide has since contributed to over 20,000 deaths
The new iPhone is out. Or at least the new version of the iPhone is out, which is the iPhone 6s, operating on IOS 9. Here’s a little of what to expect…
Cuts to green subsidies leave investors reeling
A photographer caught a snap of a secret document
Citizens Advice warns youngsters are struggling
Germany’s transport minister says other manufacturers will also be checked
Shares plunge 10% as Germany’s crisis worsens
TfL confirms new transport commissioner
Price hikes expected as UK spectrum charges set to be passed on to operators
Spotify streaming isn’t exactly a lucrative business for artists
Seven contracts up for grabs
As if it’s not hard enough to get to work
Cycle Superhighways could be key to avoiding transport turmoil. Nick Brown, MD of havebike, explains
German government embroiled in scandal after admitting it was aware of “defeat” devices
The founder and CEO of Venntro Media Group on scaling his business
7 things you need to know about the “most hated man in America” - 32-year old millionaire Martin Shkreli
He’s young, he’s rich and he’s despised inside and outside the business community
The scandal-hit car maker becomes the latest hashtag victim
London is number one: Capital wins back its crown from New York to be named top global financial centre
Take a look at the global rankings
How long can chief executive Martin Winterkorn hold on?
Labour membership now almost at 1997 high
Researchers have spotted a problem with Google’s robot detecting
Bankers and hedge funds “owe a debt” to previous QE programme, says Paul Marshall
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