News The seven private investigators pleaded guilty to conspiring to unlawfully obtain personal data at Isleworth Crown Court

Confidential information from top firms illegally accessed

Russian nuclear power plant infected by Stuxnet malware says cyber-security expert

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Jim Armitage: Without a radical plan, BAE will lurch into a new crisis

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The Business Matrix: Friday 13 September 2013

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President of the IOC Jacques Rogge receives the Olympic Order from newly announced ninth IOC President Thomas Bach

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The German former fencer replaces Jacques Rogge at the helm of the Olympic Committee

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The troubled Finnish telecoms giant Nokia is considering slashing 8500 jobs, or around 17 per cent of its workforce, at equipment arm Nokia Siemens Networks, which provides infrastructure for mobile carriers.

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Deputy PM wants to more than quadruple industry, but critics say lack of clear targets is holding back confidence

The Business Matrix: Thursday 1 August 2013

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Contract for 600 carriages could go to Bombardier of Derby

Rowing: Money issues cramping style

British rowing's giant oarsmen will have to travel economy class even for long-haul flights unless a new sponsor is found. Many of the GB rowers are over 6ft 6in – Moe Sbihi is 6ft 8in – and team managers believe the cramped leg space is unwelcome but say there is no alternative until a replacement for Siemens is found.

'UK needs national talent bank'

Siemens, BAE and BT call for a skills strategy to boost manufacturing in Britain
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Margareta Pagano: Horsemeat chaos shows shops, like banks, got too big for their boots

I had hoped to make this a bank-free zone today but it's just not possible. You see the horsemeat affair has too many parallels with what went wrong with some of our biggest banks to ignore, and both scandals in turn have wider implications for all companies.

The Business Matrix: Thursday 24 January 2013

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G4S seals British Gas meters deal

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