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Thirteen-point list includes closure of Al Jazeera satellite TV channel and limiting relations with Iran
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Humans are projecting personalities on to their software counterparts
Find out how much of your job can technically be automated
Allegations of sexism and ingrained inequality haunt start-ups in particular
Virtual reality offers new ways to visualise data
What do you want to know about automation and its impact on jobs?
Images from marches held in solidarity with the Washington rally
‘Botnet’ attack crippled services from Twitter to the New York Times
Newspaper publishing group ‘reimbursed’ Michael Ferro’s firm $400,000
These machines aim to replicate the things that humans do easily
Wearables at Work and Richard Milne win top prizes
FT investigation reveals the benefit lives on, particularly at groups run by founders or families
How Isis’s oil production works, who is making money from it, and how it persists despite airstrikes
Frequently asked questions about the basics of Britain’s EU referendum
Critics say agreement on back taxes is trivial and a “sweetheart deal”
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Modern-Day Slavery: How human trafficking spans the world
Global oil supply glut allows country to choose its suppliers
Chinese testimonials on MMM website trigger 20% spike
Details of who the ECB’s six executive board members have met within the past year
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