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Should holiday email be deleted? PDF Print E-mail
A German company has an innovative approach to holiday email - it just deletes all of it. Good idea?

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Apple bans toxins from assembly line PDF Print E-mail
In light of a public campaign, Apple has banned two potentially hazardous chemicals from 22 of its iPhone and iPad assembly plants.

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Npower costs prompt 38% profit fall PDF Print E-mail
Npower, says it is getting on top of late billing problems in the UK, but first-half profit fell 38%

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Queue jumping charge for calls to EE PDF Print E-mail
Mobile phone company EE has introduced a 50p charge for jumping the queue on customer service calls, angering some customers.

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ECB 'under pressure' to boost growth PDF Print E-mail
Stagnating growth in the eurozone has put pressure on the European Central Bank to take further measures to boost the economic bloc, say analysts.

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Ask.fm sold after cyberbullying row PDF Print E-mail
The Latvia-based social network - notoriously linked to teenage suicides - has been taken over, with the founders leaving the firm.

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Lib Dems vow tax-free allowance rise PDF Print E-mail
A rise in the tax-free personal allowance to £12,500 during the next Parliament is proposed by the Liberal Democrats.

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Asda sales and market share rise PDF Print E-mail
Asda said sales and market share for the 10 weeks to June increased, but giant US owner Wal-Mart cut its profit forecast.

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Record number of tourists visit UK PDF Print E-mail
The first half of 2014 was the most popular period ever for tourism into the UK, the Office for National Statistics finds.

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Cisco makes 6,000 more job cuts PDF Print E-mail
Network equipment giant Cisco Systems announces plans to cut 6,000 more jobs - its third jobs cull in three years.

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Berlin bans Uber on 'safety grounds' PDF Print E-mail
Berlin's city authority bans the mobile taxi app Uber on passenger safety grounds, threatening the firm with a fine if it ignores the ban.

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Jackson video premiered on Twitter PDF Print E-mail
The video for the latest Michael Jackson single is premiered on Twitter as the social network outlines plans to make money from clips on its service.

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