The future of work and the modern workplace
15 June 2019 | 5:30 am
Bloomberg's Brad Stone sits down with Clare Barclay, Chief Operating Officer for Microsoft UK; Cal Henderson, CTO and Co-founder of Slack; and Christopher Pieroni Operations Director for Workspace for a conversation on the future of work at the Bloomberg Sooner Than You Think Summit in London.
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A review into Britain's largest police force has found "institutional racism, sexism and homophobia" and has called for "radical reform."
Lawyers representing more than 13,000 Nigerians argued at London's High Court on Tuesday (April 4) that Shell is attempting to shield itself from scrutiny over pollution in Nigeria.
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Microsoft has been trying to buy the game company Activision Blizzard with hits like "Call of Duty" since early 2022. But british antitrust regulators have blocked the deal.
European regulators have approved Microsoft's $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard, handing the technology giant a victory at a time when the deal is being challenged in other countries.
China said claims it was behind hacking attacks targeting US infrastructure networks were part of a "disinformation campaign."
Beyonce is spending "tens of thousands" of pounds on the services of London's best seamstresses, leaving other artists struggling to get help with their own tour wardrobes.
Prince Harry and MGN'S lawyer seen in London court.
Microsoft has been fighting to close a deal to buy Call of Duty game maker Activision for $69 billion, but has faced worldwide scrutiny over concerns that the deal could stifle competition in cloud gaming.
Actor Kevin Spacey arrived at London's Southwark Crown Court on Monday morning as his trial on sex offence charges continued in the British capital.
US President Joe Biden has met British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and King Charles III while on his way to a NATO summit. In separate comments on Sunday, Biden said that Ukraine was not ready for NATO membership.
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German aid organizations allegedly demanded that money be spent on sick German children instead of tank deliveries to Ukraine. But the whole story is made up, and the video explaining it is a spoof.
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Since the fall of the Soviet Union, Armenia and Azerbaijan have been fighting for control of the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region, which is mainly populated by Armenians but internationally recognised as lying within Azerbaijan's borders. A particularly bloody conflict in 2020 enabled Baku to recover a large part of the territory. Both countries have been accused of committing war crimes over the years.
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This week, five US citizens freed from prison in Iran were able to embrace their loved ones back home. Under the deal brokered by Qatar, five Iranians detained in the United States were also released. The agreement included the unfreezing of nearly $6 billion in Iranian assets. So is the deal a sign of warming ties between Washington and Tehran? We put the question to David Smith, Washington bureau chief for the Guardian.
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King Charles III's first state visit to France this week will include echoes of his mother's many trips across the English Channel. Like Queen Elizabeth II did in her day, he will process through the streets of Paris, plant a tree at the British ambassador's residence and dine at the Palace of Versailles.
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The five-day negotiations in Riyadh marked the latest hopeful sign since Yemen's devastating war began in 2014.
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Baku's Defense Ministry earlier blamed six deaths in the breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region on Armenian separatists. It comes three years after a war with neighboring Armenia over the region.