A former Google executive-turned-whistleblower says he has 100,000 emails that expose an “immoral” tax avoidance scheme used by his former employer, that has “cheated” British taxpayers out of hundreds of millions of pounds.
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Saturday 27 August 2011
Nostalgia for a return to the Victorian era is usually prompted by a desire to regain the discipline of a less liberal and cosseted period and a more rigorous and stricter education system.
Thursday 25 August 2011
BBC Director-General Mark Thompson has criticised News Corporation boss James Murdoch, warning that "integrity" rather than "profit" is the best way to guarantee broadcasting independence.
Friday 12 August 2011
Saturday 25 June 2011
Google is to face an in-depth investigation which will seek to establish whether it has abused its dominance of the internet search market.
Thursday 02 June 2011
Thursday 19 May 2011
Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt has blamed the failure of many people to engage with politics on their own laziness, rather than on a lack of information.
Friday 08 April 2011
The view from the Google campus at Mountain View changes all the time. Co-founder Larry Page now takes the reins as CEO from Eric Schmidt, who guided student wizards Page and Sergey Brin along the way towards a monster corporation.
Monday 14 March 2011
Apple will not include "wave and pay" chips in the new iPhone to be released later this year, dashing industry hopes that a universal standard for the technology would be adopted in 2011.
Friday 11 March 2011
The Obama administration is wooing Eric Schmidt, chairman of Google, as a potential Commerce Secretary, as the President seeks to strike a more business-friendly tone.
Monday 07 February 2011
The executive chairman of Google is keen to avoid a lengthy battle with the European Union over its inquiry into the search engine giant's dominant position in the market.
Saturday 22 January 2011
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Friday 12 November 2010
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Thursday 04 November 2010
Google committed a "significant breach" of data protection laws when its Street View cars "mistakenly" collected people's email addresses and passwords over unsecured WiFi networks, the Information Commissioner has ruled. However, the company escaped a fine and was asked only to promise not to do it again.
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