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Microsoft's 'next billion dollar business' is launching today - Business Insider


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Microsoft's 'next billion dollar business' is launching today
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Satya Nadella REUTERS/Robert GalbraithMicrosoft CEO Satya Nadella gestures during his keynote address at the company's "build" conference in San Francisco, California April 2, 2014. Microsoft PowerApps, a set of applications that the company ...

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EU opens probe into Hutchison takeover of Telefonica UK - STLtoday.com


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EU opens probe into Hutchison takeover of Telefonica UK
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BRUSSELS (AP) ? The European Union will probe whether the proposed takeover of Telefonica U.K. by Hutchison of Hong Kong will abide by the bloc's antitrust rules. Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing's flagship company has said it's offering about $15 ...
O2 Merger With Three Facing EU InquiryManx Radio
EU opens antitrust probe into Britain O2 dealTHE BUSINESS TIMES
High stakes for Hutchison: EU regulators investigating Hong Kong-based company ...South China Morning Post (subscription)
euronews -The Independent
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The tech making seawater drinkable

The tech making sea water drinkable

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A huge payment company is heading for a ?6 billion London IPO - Business Insider


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A huge payment company is heading for a ?6 billion London IPO
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42% of all checkout sales in the UK using cards are processed by Worldpay and the company works with big chains like Tesco, Asda, and Marks & Spencer. The company was spun out of Royal Bank of Scotland in 2009 as part of European Union conditions ...
Worldpay staff get windfall in ?3.5bn floatThe Independent
Worldpay Snubs ?6.6bn Bid In Favour Of FloatManx Radio
Worldpay share flotation aims to raise ?890mBBC News
Fresh Business Thinking -Express.co.uk
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VIDEO: Who will run Singapore's hawker stalls?

As more young people seek corporate jobs, who still wants to work at Singapore's hawker stalls?

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