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News: AUDIO: BBC trials Instagram news service
25 days ago - BBC News - Technology
Helen Lewis and John Crace discuss the BBC's decision to trial the new Instagram news service, Instafax, to deliver 15-second news bulletins.
News: You Naughty Spies
25 days ago - Paul Wilmott's Blog
I'd like to share statistics that I recently discovered after installing the Ghostery privacy tool, used for finding and blocking trackers on websites. There's been a lot in ...
News: Your Ultimate Guide To Streaming The Winter Olympics For Free
25 days ago - Entertainment
The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi will begin Thursday at 8 p.m. Eastern. TV networks will host an incredible amount of coverage, but there will be options for viewers to strea...
News: What We're Reading ~ Analytical Links 1/29/13
25 days ago - market folly
On position sizing in long/short equity hedge funds [Aleph Blog]Report on measuring a company's moat [Credit Suisse]How to read a 10-K like Warren Buffett [CNBC]The myth of ma...
25 days ago - TV
News: Taxes & Marxism
25 days ago - Stumbling and Mumbling
Chris thinks there's a case for higher taxes on the rich even if they raise no revenue. Jackart says this is Marxist.For me, though, the problem is the exact opposite - it...
News: 'Economy matters most' in referendum
25 days ago - BBC News - Business
The economy is the issue that matters most to voters taking part in the independence referendum, a poll carried out for the BBC suggests.
News: VIDEO: Taking a pop at the economy
Academic Philip Roscoe discusses his book I Spend Therefore I Am, with the BBC's Nick Higham
News: Is Australia falling out of love with solar power?
Australia has the world's largest number of homes with solar panels, but take-up is now falling after cuts to how much people get paid for their excess electricity, as the BBC...
News: German brewers making 'foreign' beer
A growing number of small brewers in Germany are now making styles of beer from the UK and US, as the BBC's Stephen Evans reports.
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