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The search giant has clashed with Chinese authorities and says other large companies have been targeted by 'sophisticated' attacks. It plans to stop censoring search results in China
The only thing revolutionary about Google's Nexus One is its business model, says Rich Jaroslovsky
Labour leader Ed Miliband has said he will write new rules to tackle corporate tax dodgers if he wins the next election even if there is no international consensus for action.
Energy bills are rising so steeply that they could overtake mortgage repayments in parts of Britain in just five years' time, the chief executive of supplier, First Utility, has claimed.
UK exporters are opting for fast-growing markets, "side-stepping" the debate on an in/out referendum.
LONDON (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia has reported another case of infection in a concentrated outbreak of a new strain of a virus that emerged in the Middle East last year and spread into Europe, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Saturday.
Outgoing governor of the Bank of England warns that the Government's plan to revive the housing market should not become permanent.
After years dominating the West End, Britain's Ambassador Theatre Group is to finally make its US debut.
The retail giant's CEO, Philip Clarke, says his company is in a unique position to fight the alarming amount of produce lost or thrown away by customers.
Tesco chief executive Philip Clarke talks of his company's plan to cut food waste and the obesity problem.
Carson Block believes China's banks hold more toxic assets than Western peers did ahead of the 2008 crash .
Categories: Banking and finance
Royal Dutch Shell lobbied against proposed European rules designed to clamp down on commodity market abuse, arguing they would raise costs for consumers and increase market volatility.
One of the civil servants caught up in the Department for Transport's West Coast Main Line franchise fiasco is to retire later this year.
Ahead of its full-year results, the telecoms group is under pressure to decide the fate of its stake in the Verizon joint venture. Christopher Williams reports
A group of fund managers has warned that pending European Union bankers bonus cap rules could damage a significant part of London's financial services sector.
Categories: Banking and finance
The chief executive of Tesco is to launch a major campaign against food waste this week, saying that the scale of the problem is "breathtaking" and that every family wastes £700 a year throwing away food.
Graham Ruddick hears how M&S is undergoing "one of the most radical transformations" in European retail.
Major shareholders have called on Vodafone chief executive Vittorio Colao to take action in response to Verizon's campaign to take full control of their joint venture, Verizon Wireless.
Actor Stephen Fry and Peter Fluck, co-founder of Spitting Image, have invested in a new technology which creates digital, animated talking heads to broadcast spoken words to audiences over the internet.