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Martin Sorrell steps down as head of WPP advertising agency

Boss of worlds largest marketing group stairs aside amid investigation into personal misconductSir Martin Sorrell has fallen on his sword resigning from WPP, the world’s largest ad group he has

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Using cute animals in pop culture makes public think they’re not endangered study

Proliferation of giraffes, lions, tigers and elephants in toy shops and films generates virtual population and skews our perceptionAnimals such as elephants, tigers, lions and panda births are everywhere

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‘Rife misuse’ of data by Brexit campaigners

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Brittany Kaiser, formerly of Cambridge Analytica, has been giving evidence to a parliamentary committee Misuse of data was “rife” among the businesses

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The Gordon Gekko of Newspapers: A Vulture Capitalist Kneecapping Journalists

On the morning of Monday April 10, 2017 — the working day last year’s Pulitzer Prizes were exposed — East Bay Times investigative reporter Thomas Peele was so nervous that” I

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Unmasked: The Mystery Hacker Who Stole Data on 168 Million People

The FBI has softly solved a rash of majority database stealings that affected 168 million users of some of the internet’s most well known websites, The Daily Beast has learned. The culprit in the

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They called my university a PhD factory now I understand why | Academics Anonymous

Senior academics warned that my university cared more about cheap labour than launching academic careers. It turns out they were rightAs I reluctantly consider discontinuing academia after a year-long

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Cyclist who lost job after giving Trump the middle finger sues former employer

Juli Briskman, the woman in photo that moved viral last October, is suing her old corporation claiming it unlawfully forced her to resignA cyclist in effect burnt from her task after giving Donald Trump

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Marijuana Industry Says Seniors Are The Next Budding Market

Legalized pot is an idea Americans are warming up to — virtually two-thirds, 64 percent, approve of it, according to a Gallup poll from last October.But while pot smokers are typically portrayed

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5 Amazing Hi-Tech Solutions To Common Food Annoyances

If you know anything about me, and you better not , you know that I enjoy me some food invention. Anything that induces the difficult task of putting meat in my face hole easier actually glazes my donut.

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Former Cambridge Analytica exec says she wants lies to stop

Brittany Kaiser talks about her time inside the controversial political data firm and why she is speaking out nowIt was the summer of 2007. Brittany Kaiser was still not 21, but she was one of a handful

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