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Americans turn in passports as new tax law hits

citizenship-passports01The number of Americans choosing to give up their citizenship has spiked dramatically this year as the government works to implement a new disclosure law aimed at stamping out tax evasion.

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Nokia sale is a good deal for both parties

nokia01.gif1It's the deal that's been rumored since Stephen Elop joined Nokia from Microsoft three years ago, and now it's become reality. Microsoft is to buy Nokia, and become a phone manufacturer ... for the second time.

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Vodafone sells Verizon stake for $130bn

Voda-Phone.gif01Vodafone has sold its 45% stake in Verizon Wireless to US telecoms group Verizon Communications in one of the biggest deals in corporate history.

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No Jobs For Grads - Experts Predict Almost 20,000 Youths Leaving School Won't Find Employment

DavidWan-01Nearly half of the more than 40,000 young people who graduate high schools and universities this year may not find employment in the private sector, two stakeholder groups have predicted.

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BALANCING BUSINESS AND PERSONAL AFFAIRS ON YOUR BLACKBERRY

tech-business.jpg01A BlackBerry plays the role of a business hub, personal assistant, and the epicentre of our personal lives. With the release of the BlackBerry 10 operating system, manufacturers of the highly favoured smart phone provided a new unique feature called BlackBerry Balance, which separates your personal life and the corporate world, using a single device.

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