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US hotel firm Starwood strikes historic Cuba deal - BBC News


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US hotel firm Starwood strikes historic Cuba deal
BBC News
A spokesman for the company said they would be making a "multimillion-dollar investment to bring the hotels up to our standards". The news comes on the eve of President Obama's visit to the island - the first by a US president in almost 90 years. The ...

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Facebook buys selfie face-swap app

Facebook buys photo-editing app Masquerade, which lets people change their appearance in real-time.

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Banks lead as business buys into UK's pro-EU campaign - Financial Times


Financial Times

Banks lead as business buys into UK's pro-EU campaign
Financial Times
Big business has rallied around David Cameron's plea for support in the campaign to keep Britain in the EU, with US banks donating hundreds of thousands of pounds and senior chief executives publicly endorsing the prime minister's stance.
UK business faces its own In-Out dilemma on EuropeReuters Blogs (blog)
David Cameron urges business to 'get out there' and campaign on EUBBC News
Factbox - What business thinks about Britain's referendum on EU membershipReuters UK
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10 British AI companies to look out for in 2016 - Business Insider


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10 British AI companies to look out for in 2016
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Silicon Valley giants like Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Apple are investing more of their time and resources into artificial intelligence (AI) research in the hope that it will improve their existing products and lead to new ones. But they're far from ...

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The UK government says schools can still use Dropbox despite the recent Safe ... - Business Insider


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The UK government says schools can still use Dropbox despite the recent Safe ...
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The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has corrected misinformation shared with schools about using services such as Dropbox after the recent Safe Harbor ruling, the BBC reports. The Safe Harbor ruling was a decision by Europe's top court to ...

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