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Microsoft's new apps may seem silly - but they're part of a much bigger plan - Business Insider


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Microsoft's new apps may seem silly - but they're part of a much bigger plan
Business Insider
According to LinkedIn, Microsoft is advertising a number of roles related to artificial intelligence and machine learning in the US and UK. One description for a role in the US asks for a candidate who is "interested in designing and implementing ...

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VIDEO: 'Port Talbot will start to die'

People living in Port Talbot say the job cuts at Tata Steel will kill the town.

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Nine UK banks launch fee-free accounts - BBC News


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Nine UK banks launch fee-free accounts
BBC News
Nine High Street banks and building societies in the UK are to launch basic bank accounts which will not charge a fee for missed payments. The new accounts will be available from 1 January to people who fail to qualify for a full current account. It ...
Major UK banks launching truly "fee-free" basic bank accountsMarket Business News

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VW emissions crisis: Owners call lawyers as scandal reached Europe - live - The Guardian


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VW emissions crisis: Owners call lawyers as scandal reached Europe - live
The Guardian
Britain's transport select committee is set to launch an inquiry into the scandal and its wider lessons for testing, which could see ministers and VW executives in Britain hauled before MPs, our transport correspondent Gwyn Topham reports. While an ...
Here's what Volkswagen did and how it got caughtBusiness Insider
Volkswagen boss fate remains in the balanceBBC News
Volkswagen scandal: CEO Martin Winterkorn resigns over emissions deception ...Telegraph.co.uk
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UK factories slash jobs as Chinese slowdown causes global ripples - The Guardian


The Guardian

UK factories slash jobs as Chinese slowdown causes global ripples
The Guardian
In the UK, a key survey of manufacturers was weaker than City analysts had been expecting and it highlighted businesses' growing concerns about China. The headline activity index on the Markit/Cips UK manufacturing PMI fell to to 51.5 in August, from ...

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