WHO among you is surprised at the fact that when a NY Times reporter publicly challenged Al Shaprton after her paper ran the story about his unpaid taxes he TURNED THE TABLES and dropped the names "Obama and De Blasio" as the REAL motivation...Show More Summary
Amazon and Hachette are "burying the hatchet," said Shannon Bond at the Financial Times. The Internet retailer and the book publisher ended their "protracted, costly, and very public fight" last week, just in time for the holiday shopping season. Show More Summary
On Friday, the Financial Times broke the story that the European Parliament is going to call for breaking up Google. Of course, the European Parliament can't actually do that, but it appears designed to put pressure on the EU Commission, which has been talking about antitrust actions against Google for quite some time. Show More Summary
The European parliament is thinking about making a ruling that Google split off its search engine from other parts of its business, according to a report today in the Financial Times. But we were wondering: how can Europe order an American...Show More Summary
The European parliament is considering a motion that would suggest Google unbundle its search engine from its other products, The Financial Times reported this afternoon. Although the parliament doesn't have the power to split up Google...Show More Summary
Alex Barker and Murad Ahmed, reporting for The Financial Times: The European parliament is poised to call for a break-up of Google, in one of the most brazen assaults so far on the echnology group’s power. The gambit increases the political...Show More Summary
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It turns out the Europe’s “right to be forgotten” regulations against Google were only the beginning. The Financial Times reports that the European Union’s parliament is working on a proposal to force Google to unbundle its major search business from all its other services. Show More Summary
few weeks ago, we wrote about BuzzFeed’s hiring of Stacy-Marie Ishmael, formerly of the Financial Times, as the editorial lead for their forthcoming news app. Product lead Noah Chestnut, formerly of The New Republic, has been working on building a product that will serve news in a mobile context to core BuzzFeed News readers for...
The Parliament is, according to the Financial Times, poised to call on the European Commission to separate Google's core search business from its other businesses.
Google’s rocky relationship with European government looks like it could be getting rockier. A new draft motion spotted by the Financial Times is looking to break Google’s search engine away from the company’s other services. Google’s search engine has traditionally been met with controversy in Europe but this would be a major blow the company. Show More Summary
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By Mark Mulligan on Music Industry Blog The Financial Times yesterday reported that Apple is planning on integrating Beats Music into an iOS update as early as the first quarter of 2015. Which means the entire base of Apple’s 500 odd million iOS devices suddenly become Apple’s acquisition funnel. Show More Summary
As the year wraps up, it's time to start thinking about deadlines—and there are a handful of financial deadlines to meet by the end of the year. Here are a few money moves you should make before the new year. Read more...
Company news, markets and financial talking points, available from 8am Monday to Friday OSBORNE ABANDONS BONUS CAP BID George Osborne has abandoned his bid to overturn the EU banker bonus cap, reports the Financial Times. His decision...Show More Summary
Manchester City had a difficult time between the two most recent international breaks. While on paper the squad looks impressive, the lack of depth especially given the financial outlay on many of these players is quite worrying. Sergio Aguero has … Continue reading ? Read Our Progress Report on Manchester City’s for October-November is a post from World Soccer Talk.
Jack Dorsey is in London today to announce the global roll-out of Square Register, his payment software that lets business owners process payments through an iPhone or iPad. During the Financial Times 125 event, hosted in the middle...Show More Summary
Twitter cofounder Jack Dorsey explained one of the moments where he first realized the power of the site. Speaking to an audience at the Financial Times' 125 event in London, Dorsey was asked how politicians can connect with voters using social media. Show More Summary
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Square has today announced that its point-of-sale (POS) software Square Register is now available globally, having previously been restricted to users in the US, Canada and Japan. Announced at The Financial Times’ ‘The 125 Annual Flagship’ event today, businesses around the world can now start signing up for the service. Show More Summary