The Universal Credit disaster was not a simple IT screw-up
By David Bicknell - 05 September 10:30

The whole thing emerges with very little credit.

Apple's iOS 7 isn't for you. But you should upgrade anyway
By Alex Hern - 05 September 9:55

The secret target of Apple's new iOS releases is developers. But that doesn't mean users don't get benefits.

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Motorola Mobility to pay $14.5m in damages to Microsoft
By New Statesman - 05 September 7:56

The technology giant wins second patent trial.

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UK car sales momentum to continue in 2013
By New Statesman - 05 September 7:46

Fall in domestic demand could hurt car sales in Europe.

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Morning Wrap: today's top business stories
By New Statesman - 05 September 7:15

News stories from around the web.

How long will it be before we ban fast food?
By Billy Bambrough - 04 September 12:05

You can't have that. You're far too fat.

Mark Carney: time lord?
By Stewart Cowley - 04 September 10:47

Is the bank of England Governor messing with the very fabric of time?

Did we all go out of our minds on transfer deadline day?
By Martin Cloake - 04 September 10:27

It is obscene and absurd — but Martin Cloake can't stop watching.

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News Corp offloads 33 publications in Dow Jones Local Media Group
By new-statesman - 04 September 7:58

The sold assets will be managed by GateHouse Media.

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Data sovereignty is back on the agenda
By Len Padilla - 04 September 7:55

This is a problem for CIOs.

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SFO to prosecute Olympus and subsidiary Gyrus
By New Statesman - 04 September 7:35

The British fraud regulatory agency completes two-year investigation.

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Morning Wrap: today's top business stories
By New Statesman - 04 September 7:24

News stories from around the web.

Forty years until we get "personal nanofactories"?
By James Evans - 03 September 18:15

A prominent futurist has predicted that in just forty years, we'll be able to produce anything from the basic building-blocks of matter itself.

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Amazon offers free ebooks to owners of print books
By Alex Hern - 03 September 16:05

Keeping up the fire metaphors, the programme is called "MatchBook".

Twelve steps to stop tax avoidance
By Chris Nicholas - 03 September 14:45

Tax avoidance is now endemic, with companies and the wealthy often paying derisory amounts of tax. Public anger has so far met with hollow rhetoric, handwringing and vested interest rationalisations. Robust steps to stamp it out are needed.

Wonga announces record profits – but should they have them?
By Carl Packman - 03 September 10:47

Carl Packman asks if we can be comfortable living in a country where Wonga makes millions.

Annette Ashby, the first woman to be elected to the Society of Engineers
Get more women into tech? My colleagues never got the memo
By Tina Amirtha - 03 September 10:20

Forget the motivational media campaigns - Tina Amirtha explains what it's really like to be a female engineer in a male-dominated profession.

Regulation can't fix the energy industry
By Claire Richardson. - 03 September 8:57

Let's stop pretending it can.

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UK manufacturing output rises in August
By New Statesman - 03 September 7:56

Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) reaches to a two-and-a-half year high of 57.2

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Microsoft agrees to buy Nokia’s devices and services business for €5.44bn
By New Statesman - 03 September 7:24

About 32,000 people from Nokia are expected to join Microsoft at closure of deal.

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Morning Wrap: today's top business stories
By New Statesman - 03 September 7:17

News stories from around the web.

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Flora: spreading homophobia?
By Media Mole - 02 September 16:07

Is coming out to your father really the same as shooting him in the heart?

A missing trick: Non-alcoholic beer
By Irfan Allana - 02 September 9:19

Why non-alcoholic beer could be a golden market in the UK’s capital.

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Business quote of the day
By Helen Roxburgh - 02 September 8:37

“It was so clearly intended to take a bite out of employment protection that most employers said they didn’t believe it was desirable”.

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Vodafone set to sell Verizon Wireless stake in $130bn deal
By New Statesman - 02 September 7:43

The British telecom giant to exit US market with the deal.