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One of Britain's biggest technology success stories, Blinkx, saw its shares collapse by as much as 50 per cent yesterday after it was accused by a Harvard professor of "sneaking on to users' computers and defrauding advertisers".

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Daniela Barone Soares: Impetus boss the business for charity sector

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The Big Rethink: developing a fresh strategy

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Amy Jenkins: It takes more than a carrot and a stick to get the best from people

Pretty much everyone thinks corporate payouts are excessive these days. But bonuses haven't been given their marching orders – they're overpaid, oversexed and still here.

Passed/Failed: An education in the life of James Caan, businessman and Dragons' Den investor

'At 12 I knew I would be an entrepreneur'

Jordan Uttal: US airman and founder member of the 2nd Air Division Association

In 1947 six former 2nd Air Division USAAF officers who had been stationed at Headquarters in Norfolk during the Second World War, and who lived in the Chicago area in the US, decided to meet at the apartment of one of them for a few drinks on a Friday evening to remember old times.

Archie Norman to chair ITV and start hunt for new CEO

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