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Japan's long-toiling office workers have an incentive to stay chained to their desks: shrimp-flavoured crackers, cafe-au-lait taffies, spicy potato chips and M&M candy.
South Korea has developed smartphone apps to help bring down its high student suicide rate by warning parents when their children might be at risk, the education ministry said.
Online retail giant Amazon said it has started declaring sales in four European countries which would now be subject to local taxes, a move that could affect other multinationals under EU investigation for possible tax avoidance.
With one million people expected to seek asylum in Europe this year and governments arguing over how to cope, thousands of volunteers are taking to the Internet to offer refugees shelter free of charge.
Vietnam's tech startups are emerging as a force to be reckoned with as foreign private equity funds bet the country's talented young brains will yield more successes like the international hit game Flappy Bird.
Google pays taxes in every country where it has a presence, the multinational tech giant’s Europe vice-president Carlo d’Asaro Biondo said as the company faces a raft of fiscal probes across the continent.
A multi-billion euro back tax bill handed to Apple by the European Commission should not be seen as a precedent for future tax cases as it was based on state aid rather than tax law.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) warned Austria that its transition towards digitalisation was lagging behind most rich countries, and that the gaps relative to the others have even widened in recent years.