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UK fintech firm reaches for Ireland Brexit escape hatch

Seeks passporting clarity A UK fin-tech firm will seek regulation in Ireland if the government doesn’t preserve financial services passporting rights in its EU exit talks.…

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Brexit? No impact at all, chuckles reseller juggernaut

Softcat warned of storm cloud in UK ahead of referendum, now says it blew over The storm clouds Softcat pointed to gathering over the industry in the months prior to the EU referendum didn’t rain on the firm’s parade after all, judging by financial results outlined to the City today.…

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Mega-Misys IPO trimmed: Firm slashes expectations by £1bn

Brexit-bashed, but still likely to be the UK's largest tech IPO Misys, the British banking software business, has slashed the value of its initial ...

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Japan's SoftBank teams up with... Saudi Arabia to launch $100bn London tech fund

Saudis: You want to do this? SoftBank: Yeah man. Saudis: Don't mention Yemen! SoftBank and Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund are preparing to ...

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Tax-swerving IT director disqualified for 8 years

Paid himself £40k when biz was insolvent, says UK.gov Anthony Hodges, a Basingstoke-based IT consultant, has been barred from acting as a company ...

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Speaking in Tech: Making $1bn profit from a $10m investment? We'll take it

IPO freely: Whatever you do, you can't wrest control away from Wall St

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You heard right: Huawei's making phones in Chennai

Even the Chinese prefer an Indian takeaway Asian tech giant Huawei is to start manufacturing smartphones in India next month, in a move that could signal China is starting to lose its shine as the world’s low-cost manufacturing sweatshop, with even ...

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise bigwig chuckles at talk of buyout talks

Trimmed down biz 'possible' target for Dell, Cisco, Lenovo, Huawei and private equity The number two at Hewlett Packard Enterprise has brushed off talk the slimmed-down organisation could be vulnerable to a takeover, as the company is again linked with “possible” buyers - this time around Huawei, Lenovo, Oracle, Cisco and, er, Dell.…

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Google buys startup biz, slurps up its NLP brains

Nah, not that neuro-bollocks – natural language processing Google have snapped up API.AI, a Silicon Valley startup specialising in building tools for natural language understanding in mobiles, web applications and devices.…

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We read Nutanix's homework... and the numbers look good

Pre-IPO HCI startup's promising biz growth foundation Analysis  Nutanix has filed an amended S1 IPO form with the SEC and data within it shows a ...

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Non-big IT vendors: Trying to understand where startups fit in tech

Part one: Who are you calling an upstart? Sysadmin blog  Are startups to be avoided? You'll get different answers depending on who you talk to, but ...

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Elastic acquires predictive analytics firm

Buy Prelert, the world needs... um Elastic, the company behind Elasticsearch, has acquired behavioural analytics biz Prelert.…

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British mobile AI 'bot perfecter stalked by Silicon Valley – report

Weave.ai rumoured to be AI tech target British AI startup, Weave.ai, is the latest company rumoured to be snatched up by a US tech firm in Silicon Valley, according to the Financial Times.…

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Straight outta Staines: Attenda has finally been sold... to US biz Ensono

We called it The Staines-based managed service provider Attenda has been sold to Ensono, and we called it.…

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Brexit makes life harder for an Internet of Things startup

What's going to happen with the CE mark for 'leccy goods? At about the time when my startup will be wanting to sell to the EU at scale, Brexit may make 80 per cent of that market harder (more expensive) to reach.…

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Little boxes made of ticky-tacky: What Dell's record-busting $67bn EMC deal means

Engineered, er, systems for, you know, 'stuff' Dell’s acquisition of EMC is large by several measures: a $67bn purchase price – the most ever paid in ...

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Brexit? We have heard of this, says Dixons Carphone CEO

'No detectable impact' on consumer cash splash after vote to leave EU The UK's vote to leave the European Union has not dampened UK shoppers’ gadget ...

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What's Dell brewing the day before its EMC mega-slurp? A latte money? Oh, a flat white

Hopefully new biz has better luck than current one Dell has reported near-flat revenues for its second quarter of the year, up just 1 per cent from its position 12 months ago.…

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UK fintech firm reaches for Ireland Brexit escape hatch

Seeks passporting clarity A UK fin-tech firm will seek regulation in Ireland if the government doesn’t preserve financial services passporting rights in its EU exit talks.…

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Brexit? No impact at all, chuckles reseller juggernaut

Softcat warned of storm cloud in UK ahead of referendum, now says it blew over The storm clouds Softcat pointed to gathering over the industry in the months prior to the EU referendum didn’t rain on the firm’s parade after all, judging by financial results outlined to the City today.…

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Mega-Misys IPO trimmed: Firm slashes expectations by £1bn

Brexit-bashed, but still likely to be the UK's largest tech IPO Misys, the British banking software business, has slashed the value of its initial ...

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Japan's SoftBank teams up with... Saudi Arabia to launch $100bn London tech fund

Saudis: You want to do this? SoftBank: Yeah man. Saudis: Don't mention Yemen! SoftBank and Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund are preparing to ...

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Tax-swerving IT director disqualified for 8 years

Paid himself £40k when biz was insolvent, says UK.gov Anthony Hodges, a Basingstoke-based IT consultant, has been barred from acting as a company ...

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Speaking in Tech: Making $1bn profit from a $10m investment? We'll take it

IPO freely: Whatever you do, you can't wrest control away from Wall St

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Market pulls chain on Crapita share price after first ever profit warning

Reselling slumps, TfL contract woes and possible Co-op 'litigation' looms Capita’s share price went into freefall this morning after its first ever profit warning, with troubles at the tech reselling and recruitment services units blamed, as well as costly delays to its Transport for London contract.…

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Damn you Brexit! You screwed my biz – LSE-listed tech supplier

Alternative Networks issues third profit warning in a year. When was EU vote? The management team at Alternative Networks has played the Brexit card to explain why the London-listed IT and comms integrator has missed profit expectations for FY’16, which ends this month.…

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You heard right: Huawei's making phones in Chennai

Even the Chinese prefer an Indian takeaway Asian tech giant Huawei is to start manufacturing smartphones in India next month, in a move that could signal China is starting to lose its shine as the world’s low-cost manufacturing sweatshop, with even ...

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