- The Guardian12 May 19:46
Estate agent predicts some billionaire clients will sell property if no longer able to keep identity secret via offshore firms Super-rich international investors in London property are likely to sell off some of their mansions and penthouses after the introduction of anti-corruption rules cracking down on offshore secrecy, a leading estate agent has said. Privacy-hungry oligarchs, media owners ...
- The Guardian28 Apr 11:24
Commons culture, media and sport committee confirms Elizabeth Denham in £140,000-a-year role Elizabeth Denham has been confirmed as the UK’s new information commissioner. The Commons culture, media and sport committee confirmed the appointment of the Canadian, who currently holds a similar role in British Columbia, on Wednesday. Continue reading...
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- Forbes via Yahoo UK & Ireland Finance02 May 10:00
In contrast to the Bitcoin blockchain, which can currently process roughly six or seven transactions per second, networks built to ChainOS can process up to tens of thousands of transactions a second.
- Business Wire via Yahoo UK & Ireland Finance03 May 21:01
Town Sports International Holdings, Inc. today reported financial results for its first quarter ended March 31, 2016.
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The highlights of last week were squarely Alphabet's (GOOGL) I/O event and Cisco's (CSCO) earnings results.
- Daily Mail19 May 20:20
A number of foreign websites have used pictures of the man in their reports on how he cannot be named in the UK following the Supreme Court's decision to ban naming the 'randy' star.
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- Daily Mail20 May 11:36
The star - known only as PJS - has used online experts to track down any tweets he doesn't like and has sent out a threatening email.
- The Irish Times28 Apr 22:10
Ability of families to stay in rooms with ill youths will help them get ‘better quicker’