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Technology 06 Apr 2011 | 12:00 AM

SF lawmakers approve Twitter tax break

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bCity lawmakers approved a tax break to keep Twitter Inc from fleeing San Francisco. The measure exempts Twitter from a payroll tax on new hires if the micro-blogging service moves to the blighted Mid-Market area.

Technology 08 Aug 2012 | 12:00 AM

Judge in Google, Oracle case seeks names of paid reporters, bloggers

The judge says said he was concerned the companies may have retained or paid people who may have published comment on the case.

TECH 10 Feb 2015 | 5:36 PM

Japan’s SoftBank net profit boosted by Alibaba listing

Japan’s SoftBank said nine-month net profit rose 15.9% to a record high, boosted by its huge stake in Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, which listed in New York last year.

TECH 07 Nov 2017 | 8:29 AM

Apple tax avoidance plan laid bare in leaked documents

Apple shifted much of its offshore wealth from Ireland to a tax haven in the British Isles, according a review of leaked Paradise Papers documents on Nov 6.

TECH 26 Jul 2018 | 6:00 AM

Inside Google’s shadow workforce of contract labourers

Every day, tens of thousands of people stream into Google offices wearing red name badges. They eat in Google’s cafeterias, ride its commuter shuttles and work alongside its celebrated geeks. But they can’t access all of the company’s celebrated perks. They aren’t entitled to stock and can’t enter certain offices. Many don’t have health insurance.

TECH 19 Sep 2018 | 6:00 AM

German firm’s seven commandments for ethical AI

German business software giant SAP published an ethics code to govern its research into artificial intelligence (AI), aiming to prevent the technology infringing on people’s rights, displacing workers or inheriting biases from its human designers.

Apple 27 Nov 2018 | 6:30 AM

Apple to tutor women in tech in bid to diversify industry

Apple is launching a new programme designed to address the technology industry’s scarcity of women in executive and computer programming jobs.