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target=_blank>SoftBank Reveals To Wired UK How VisionFund Is Taking Over Tech

Softbank – the silent force that moves the worlds tech habits – isn’t an intensely chronicled company because they hold their cards close to their chest and they are ridiculously powerful. WIRED UK has scored a significant scoop in the March/April issue (available on newsstands today) and interviewed multiple sources to provide a real look
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target=_blank>UN Urges China, US To Resolve Trade War

The ongoing trade row between China and the US could have a hugely negative impact on both countries, the United Nations has warned. If the US and China do not drop their tariffs or make a new trade agreement by 1 March, duty on each country’s products will rise to 25%, up from the current 10% level.
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target=_blank>Spotify Shows Why Free Music Is Very Expensive

Spotify Technology is growing fast but the cost of this growth is very expensive. The world’s largest steaming subscription service (207 million monthly active users and 96 million premium subscribers in 79 countries, who pay up to $10 a month) is expected to nearly double its revenue over the next three years but the company
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target=_blank>Bank Warns Of No Deal Recession Risk As It Slashes Growth Outlook To Ten Year Low

Bank of England governor Mark Carney has warned about the mounting risk of recession in the event of a no-deal Brexit, as Britain’s growth forecast was slashed to its weakest for 10 years. The Bank cut this year’s growth forecast to 1.2% – the lowest since 2009, when the economy was in a recession following
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target=_blank>Manuel Pellegrini Wants Guilty West Ham Fan Banned

West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini has called for any fan responsible for abuse directed at Liverpool forward Mohammed Salah to be swiftly punished. Egypt international Salah was filmed on a mobile phone from a section of home supporters as he was taking a corner during Monday night’s Premier League draw. The video clip contains audible
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target=_blank>Tunisia Gov’t, Labor Union Reach Deal On Public Wages

Tunisia’s largest labor union on Thursday concluded a preliminary deal with the government to increase public-sector salaries. The draft agreement calls for raising the wages of more than 650,000 civil servants, Tunisia’s total public-sector workforce, a source from the Tunisian General Labor Union (UGGT), according to Anadolu Agency. The source, who preferred anonymity as he
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target=_blank>France Recalls Ambassador To Italy After Yellow Vest Meeting

France is recalling its ambassador to Italy amid mounting tensions after Italy’s deputy prime minister met with French yellow vest protesters and a string of critical Italian comments toward French President Emmanuel Macron’s government. French Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Agnes von der Muhll said in a statement Thursday that the ambassador is being brought back for “consultations,”
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target=_blank>Syria: Families And Fighters Flee IS’S Last Village

Islamic State group (IS) members and their families have been fleeing the group’s last sliver of territory in eastern Syria, as US-backed militia advance towards them. Men, women and children, some with serious injuries, others describing running out of food, have been leaving the group’s rapidly shrinking enclave, which the US military on Tuesday said
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target=_blank>Iran To Pardon ‘50,000’ Prisoners For 40th Anniversary Of Revolution

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has signed off the release or sentence reduction of a large number of prisoners to mark the revolution. A large number of prisoners are to be pardoned in Iran to mark the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution. Although state TV in Iran has not confirmed the exact figure, previous reports suggested
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Germany To Restrict Facebook’s Data Gathering Activities

Facebook has been ordered to curb its data collection practices after a ruling that it abused its market dominance to gather information about users without their knowledge or consent. German antitrust authorities ruled on Thursday against Facebook combining user data from different sources, saying it was exploiting its position as a dominant social media company […]
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