Recruitment site Linked In is in an anti-trustbattle in Europe where a buyout by Microsoftis being questioned.
And Facebook may be booming but it is having to eat humble pie over its propagation of 'false' news and has admitted the marketing data it provides advertisers has been miscalculated.
....For much of 2016 policymakers, including the Prime Minister Theresa May, fretted about low and negative interest rates and subdued bond returns suggesting deflation and slump.
But in the few days since Trumponomics arrived on the scene yields - interest rate returns - on American, UK German and Japanese debt have zipped up from record lows.
One such was the decision to ban letting agents from charging tenants fees. But landlords have as much right to be angry as tenants over letting agency fees and it is easy for them to fight back.
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