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Google Agrees to Pay $185 Million in U.K. Tax Settlement - Bloomberg


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Google Agrees to Pay $185 Million in U.K. Tax Settlement
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?We will now pay tax based on revenue from U.K.-based advertisers, which reflects the size and scope of our U.K. business.? Google has avoided billions of dollars of income taxes around the world by using a pair of shelter strategies known to lawyers ...
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A blockchain startup run by a former JPMorgan high-flier just raised $50 million and signed a big contract - Business Insider


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A blockchain startup run by a former JPMorgan high-flier just raised $50 million and signed a big contract
Business Insider
Digital Asset Holdings says in its statement that its "products serve the entire financial ecosystem through the creation of tailored business logic applications using privately permission networks that employ a cryptographically secure and shared ...

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2016 UK CIO priorities - Driving business innovation and leading change - CIO UK


2016 UK CIO priorities - Driving business innovation and leading change
CIO UK
CIO UK and IDG UK research of over 100 Chief Information Officers and business technology leaders in the UK shows the focus for CIOs in 2016 is to drive business innovation, and they expect to have more money to spend on revenue driving business ...

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Lottery site crashes as result revealed

Parts of the National Lottery website crash as players try to check whether their numbers have won them a record jackpot of ?50.4m.

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More transparency is needed over public contracts, if the UK is to do business ... - The Guardian


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More transparency is needed over public contracts, if the UK is to do business ...
The Guardian
With the UK government claiming ?40bn of new business as a result of last week's state visit from China, there are similar questions for British civil servants about the role of this undemocratic nation, with a poor record on human rights, in building ...

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