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Women are going to lose out the most when robots take over the world's workforce - Business Insider


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Women are going to lose out the most when robots take over the world's workforce
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The World Economic Forum warned in a startling new "The Future of Jobs" report, ahead of its highly-anticipated annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, this week, that when robots, artificial intelligence, and automation push 7.1 million people out of a ...
Davos 2016: A rough guide to the World Economic ForumBBC News

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The ex-boss of Google says Britain beats the US at e-commerce - Business Insider


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The ex-boss of Google says Britain beats the US at e-commerce
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He said this lesson could "easily be learned in Britain" as UK entrepreneurs tend to sell up a lot earlier in the company's developmental process. Google knows a lot about this. It became so huge that in October this year Google officially became Alphabet.
Google's Schmidt says UK is leader in e-commerce, saysBBC News
Eric Schmidt: UK tech industry can thrive within EuropeThe Independent
UK the 'world leader' in ecommerce, says Google bossFresh Business Thinking

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UK EMPLOYMENT ? The good times are still rolling - Business Insider


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UK EMPLOYMENT ? The good times are still rolling
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Help wanted job vacancy advert REUTERS/Robert GalbraithA man prepares a meal near a "help wanted" sign hanging in a restaurant window in San Francisco, California November 17, 2011. The UK's unemployment rate continues to confound expectations.

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'No' campaigners urge CBI EU rethink

A group campaigning for the UK to leave the EU urges the incoming leader of the CBI to rethink the business lobby group's stance on the union.

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Why do we report unemployment every month?

Are unemployment numbers unnecessarily confusing?

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