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New coalition will advocate for policy reform and regulation to lower broadband cost to 5 per cent of monthly income in developing countries
The boyfriend of Adele, the singer, will face the soft drinks giant PepsiCo in court on Monday in the latest episode of a trademark dispute which has lasted four years.
Facebook founder’s audacious bid to put the entire planet online
TaxPayers' Alliance says countries with space programmes should not be receiving money from UK mean to be going to world's poorest
African leaders will warn David Cameron on Monday that his plans for a global crackdown on tax avoidance may be of little value to the world's poorest countries.
We are more interconnected than ever. And efforts to reduce tax avoidance and improve transparency will require co-operation across international borders
Prime Minister had promised to fight for transparency over the fake firms that exist only to cover up tax evasion and corruption, but the odds could be stacked against him
Google is reported to have plans to connect developing markets to the internet through a WiFi enabled network of blimps, balloons and other “high-altitude platforms” (HAPS).
You can economise on everything from train tickets to phone bills – and get hold of lots of free stuff – if you know where to click
Cardinal Keith O'Brien says new Pope could consider changing rules on priestly celibacy
Campaign targets multinationals who control 90 per cent of produce
Now that fighting here in the Central African Republic is forcing thousands of families to flee their homes, Unicef's role is more important than ever.
China, India, South Africa and Brazil say a climate agreement expected to take effect in 2020 won't be a "new regime," potentially setting up a confrontation with the United States, which is seeking to eliminate a firewall in negotiations between developed and developing nations.
Claims of discrimination over Green's plan for a two-tier system to end delays at Heathrow
Firms which find ways to dodge paying tax are facing a PR disaster which could hit their shares.
George Osborne has been accused of depriving poor countries of up to £4bn a year by changing the tax rules for multi-national companies.