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Hong Kong protests: 'We don't want to leave but may have no choice'

Image copyright Miro Image caption Taylor Host and Jamie Wilde are moving the HQ of their firm Miro out of Hong Kong Hong Kong seemed an obvious place for co-founders Jamie Wilde and Taylor Host to set up their artificial intelligence start-up.They had lived there for several years and knew the financial hub well. "It's…
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'Fake' Amazon ambassadors baited on Twitter

Image copyright Reuters Image caption A worker in an Amazon warehouse in Mexico City, Mexico Amazon workers praising their working conditions on social media are being accused of lying by other users.Twitter users are pointing to apparent inaccuracies and "robotic" or "scripted" language as evidence that employees are being "paid to lie".A number of parody…
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Ferguson shipyard nationalised by Scottish government

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption An order for CalMac ferries has been at the centre of a dispute The Ferguson shipyard in Port Glasgow has been nationalised by the Scottish government. Ministers will now operate the yard under a management agreement with administrators, which will see the Scottish government buy the facility if no…
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Turkish army pension fund to buy British Steel

Image copyright Getty Images Turkey's military pension fund has reached a tentative deal to buy British Steel out of insolvency.The Turkish Armed Forces Assistance Fund (known as Oyak) says it plans to take over British Steel, which employs 5,000 people, by the end of the year.British Steel owns the Scunthorpe steel works where 3,000 people…
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Share trading in London delayed by technical issue

Image copyright Getty Images Trading in the biggest shares listed on the London Stock Exchange was delayed for more than an hour, in the longest outage in more than eight years.Shares in the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 indexes were affected, although smaller stocks traded as normal at 08:00.Trading resumed at 09:40 - the longest…
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Ted Baker dumps Debenhams for Next on children's clothing

Image copyright Reuters Ted Baker is ending its partnership to sell children's clothing through Debenhams and is switching to Next.It has signed a five-year deal with Next, who will "create and sell" Ted Baker-branded clothes, shoes and accessories for babies and children.The news comes just months after Debenhams, which has sold Ted Baker's children's line…