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Facebook, Google and Twitter in data regulators’ sights

Facebook, Google and Twitter in data regulators’ sights

Big tech companies are feeling the heat as the General Data Protection Regulation gathers momentum.

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How damaging is the Huawei row for the US and China?

How damaging is the Huawei row for the US and China?

What do Washington's latest moves against Huawei mean for any US-China trade deal?

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What is the least valuable British coin ever?

What is the least valuable British coin ever?

Is the current 1p piece the least valuable British coin since the currency was unified in 1707?

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The sea-cooled eco-resort that’s nearly mosquito-free

The sea-cooled eco-resort that’s nearly mosquito-free

The Brando resort in French Polynesia is close to being carbon neutral and self-sustainable.

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Tamagotchi returns in wave of 1990s nostalgia toy joy

Tamagotchi returns in wave of 1990s nostalgia toy joy

Childhood memories are powerful feelings that brands can target as 1990s goods make a comeback.

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‘Before we knew it this little website had 350,000 users’

‘Before we knew it this little website had 350,000 users’

How Houzz went from side project to global phenomenon in less than a decade.

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HMRC leads number spoofing crackdown to prevent fraud

HMRC leads number spoofing crackdown to prevent fraud

Fraudsters have manipulated caller number displays to show actual tax authority's phone numbers.

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China’s tariff hikes on US goods come into force

China’s tariff hikes on US goods come into force

The retaliatory taxes on US goods come into force amid China's threat to blacklist some US firms.

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Lettings fee ban brings cheer to tenants

Lettings fee ban brings cheer to tenants

A new law begins saving renters in England from big upfront fees, but landlords say rents could rise.

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Government targets ‘shameful’ funeral plan sale tactics

Government targets ‘shameful’ funeral plan sale tactics

Companies that pressure people into buying funeral plans could face criminal charges in future.

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