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open Staffer representation on our board? LMAO! Good one, cackles Microsoft 14
open Icahn and I will force a Xerox and HP wedding: Corporate raider urges HP shareholders to tell board to act 'NOW' 36
open Take Sajid Javid's comments on IR35 UK contractor rules with a bucket of salt, warns tax guru 87
open AT&T subscribers back in court to crack open telco giant's $60m FTC settlement over limited 'unlimited data' plans 14
open Since the FCC won't act, Congress finally moves on robocalls by passing half-decent TRACED Act 69
By jtaylor
open Qualcomm to appeal against another antitrust whopper: This time it's $873m courtesy of South Korea 4
open Silicon Valley Scrooges sidestep debt to society through tax avoidance to the tune of $100bn 57
open EU wouldn't! Uncle Sam brandishes 'up to 100%' tariffs over France's Digital Services Tax 129
By aks
open Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat, so the EU is investigating Google to get some more money in its hat 29
By Lomax
open Tory chancellor pledges to review IR35 rollout in UK private sector – just like all the other parties 46
open SAP bet the house on S/4HANA but most users aren't ready to move 17
open US Embassy in London files extradition request for ex-Autonomy boss over HPE fraud charges 28
open Google fell for a real Looker, but now Brit competition watchdog's probing data biz slurp 6
By ArrZarr
open You can forget about that Black Friday deal: Brit banks crap out just in time for pay day 65
open BBC tells Conservative Party to remove edited Facebook ad featuring its reporters 148
open Internet Society CEO: Most people don't care about the .org sell-off – and nothing short of a court order will stop it 123
open RuneScape bloke was wrongly sacked after reading veep's salary details on office printer 116
open UK political parties fall over themselves to win tech contractor vote by pledging to review IR35 117
open Oracle finally responds to wage discrimination claims… by suing US Department of Labor 89
open Intel! China! Sliding enterprise spending! Dell cuts forecasts by $1.2bn to $2bn for fiscal '20 8
open UK taxman updates its employment-checking calculator for IR35: Still crap, say contractors 22
open Taxi for Uber: Ride-hailing app giant stripped of licence to operate in London 101
open Copy that? We'll never join you on the Xerox side if you don't answer simple questions – HP 14
open Where's the money, Lebowski?! UK data watchdog says £7m in fines unpaid since 2015 13
By IGotOut
open Take a Big Blue cheque and go: IBM settles 281 UK age discrim cases 44
open Chancers keep buying up dot-UK company name domains: Got a problem? That'll be £750 for Nominet to rule on it 23
open Huawexit means Huawexit! Uncle Sam gets 300 applications to dodge ban on supplying Chinese comms beast 12
By shaunhw
open Getronics confirms – finally – that CEO has quit following HMRC VAT payment debacle 6
open 'Big Bang': Great for creating the universe, but not as an approach to IT migration, TSB told 62
open Royal Bank of Scotland IT contractor ban sparks murmurs of legal action 223
open American telcos get 90 days to wrap up deals with, er, dangerous Chinese supplier – that's Huawei the news goes 27
By LDS
open From humble Unix sysadmin to brutal separatist suppressor to president of Sri Lanka 42
open If it's not cloud, GTFO: Sage flogs payments business to US firm Elavon for £230m 13
open Ex-Capita accountant who claimed £10k bung to leave was blackmail has appeal thrown out 47
open HP to Xerox: Nope, your $33.5bn bid falls short of our valuation 54
open Uncle Sam prepping order to extradite ex-Autonomy boss Mike Lynch from the UK 43
open Tonight on Tales from the Crypto: It lives! GPU flinger Nvidia bouncing back after miner affair 11
open High Court dismisses nameless Google Right To Be Forgotten sueball man... yes, again 45
open In your face! US Senate mulls bipartisan federal law on police facial recognition use 12
open Icahn smell money! Corporate raider grabs $1.2bn of HP stock to push for Xerox merger 29
open 20% of UK businesses would rather axe their contractors than deal with IR35 – survey 79
open They terrrk err jerrrbs! Vodafone replaces 2,600 roles with '600 bots' in bid to shrink €48bn debt 79
open Section 230 supporters turn on it, its critics rely on it. Up is down, black is white in the crazy world of US law 95
open Hey, you've earned it: Huawei chucks workers a £219m bonus for tackling US blacklist 23
By wscull
open Gavin Patterson's gravy train keeps on rolling as former BT boss tossed two more sinecures 21
open DXC's new boss has quite the cleanup ahead after frankenfirm exits Q2 nursing $2bn loss 19
open Microsoft embraces California data privacy law – don't expect Google to follow suit 22
open Uber CEO compares pedestrian death to murder of Saudi journalist, saying all should be forgiven 78
open Any promises to extend rights of self-employed might win an election, hint Brit freelancer orgs 37
open 237 UK police force staff punished for misusing IT systems in last 2 years 53

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