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The WhatsApp ban in Brazil only lasted a few hours - Business Insider


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The WhatsApp ban in Brazil only lasted a few hours
Business Insider
The ruling was then overturned at midday local time. Telegram, a rival messaging service, saw over 1.5 million account sign-ups during the outage. Business Insider has reached out to WhatsApp to ask about the new ruling. We will update the post when we ...

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'Still open for business': Toronto mayor in UK to sell city as ideal place to ... - CTV News


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'Still open for business': Toronto mayor in UK to sell city as ideal place to ...
CTV News
Toronto Mayor John Tory is in London, U.K., to meet with politicians and business people in order to sell Toronto as an ideal place to invest. The mayor flew to London on Tuesday for a three-day business trip. "We're an attractive place to invest ...

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Cambridge is the best place in the UK to start a business - Cambridge News


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Cambridge is the best place in the UK to start a business
Cambridge News
Cambridge is one of the best locations in the UK to start up a small business according to research compiled by AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians). The city rated highly because it was found to have the least number of small businesses failing ...

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Morpho sells explosives detection units to UK airports - Eagle-Tribune


Morpho sells explosives detection units to UK airports
Eagle-Tribune
UK Airport operator Manchester Airports Group bought 44 of the company's Itemiser 4DXexplosives trace detectors. The new equipment meets European Union mandates for enhanced passenger screening at Manchester, London Stansted and East Midlands ...

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Chinese fund managers are deserting the nation's stock market - Business Insider


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Chinese fund managers are deserting the nation's stock market
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Perhaps reflecting a 7.85% decline in the Shanghai Composite index last week, Chinese fund managers have cut the proportion they'll invest in stocks over the next three months to an eight-year low, according to a poll conducted by Reuters. The moves ...

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