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Stars Wars R2-D2 droid sells for £2 MILLION at auction

The R2-D2 droid was sold by Profiles in History, an auction house based in Calabasas, California, as part of its Hollywood Auction.

BBC /
Venezuela crisis: Attorney general banned from leaving country

Attorney General Luisa Ortega Díaz has her assets frozen and is accused of "serious errors".

Evening Standard /
Complete R2-D2 salvaged from Star Wars films sells for £2.1 million

A complete R2-D2 made from pieces salvaged from the Star Wars films has been sold for more than £2 million.

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Brittny Ward flashes EXTREME cleavage as she squeezes assets together in very saucy snap

BRITTNY WARD sent temperatures soaring with a seriously saucy bikini snap on Instagram yesterday.

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Danish shipping firm says bulk of terminals are operational

Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk, one of the global companies hardest hit by a malicious software that crippled computers around the globe, ...

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G20 task force issues framework for climate-related financial disclosure

By Nina Chestney LONDON (Reuters) - A global task force set up by the G20 has developed a voluntary framework for companies to disclose the ...

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No reports of cyber attack in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: No cases have been reported in Malaysia so far, following the cyber attack on computer systems particularly in Europe. The National Security Council in a statement said monitoring by its National Cyber Coordination and Command Centre ...

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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 public offering by £1bn.…

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Oracle execs get that shrinking feeling

Larry, Mark and Safra's pay packet $46.5m lighter in fiscal '16 It still pays to run Oracle, just not as much as it used to - top executives’ packages shrank by double digits in fiscal ’16 as the software titan continued to desperately seek out cloud business.…

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HPE sells off 'non-core' software assets

HPE asset disposals exercise - to possibly prep for an acquisition? Comment  On the day the Dell/EMC acquisition/merger completed, HPE announced it ...

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HPE tops in tape. Yes, tape is still a thing

Nothing too flashy, but it still makes bucks on ribbons of rust IDC says HPE is the big cheese in the tape systems market, getting more revenue from ...

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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 public offering by £1bn.…

The Register /
Oracle execs get that shrinking feeling

Larry, Mark and Safra's pay packet $46.5m lighter in fiscal '16 It still pays to run Oracle, just not as much as it used to - top executives’ packages shrank by double digits in fiscal ’16 as the software titan continued to desperately seek out cloud business.…

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HPE sells off 'non-core' software assets

HPE asset disposals exercise - to possibly prep for an acquisition? Comment  On the day the Dell/EMC acquisition/merger completed, HPE announced it was selling off a load of non-core software assets in a “spin-off” merger with UK’s Micro Focus.…

Daily Mail /
Lloyds set to miss deadline for victims of crooked bankers

The scandal saw criminals at HBOS’s Reading branch destroy companies and strip their assets to pay for lives of luxury.

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Progress Software posts 2Q profit

On a per-share basis, the Bedford, Massachusetts-based company said it had profit of 21 cents. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs and stock ...

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Emily Ratajkowski's ample assets almost SPILL OUT of dangerously low-cut vest

EMILY RATAJKOWSKI isn't afraid of flaunting her incredible body and today was no different as she shared a steamy snap on Instagram.

Daily Mail /
Dambusters bomb aimer's wartime logbook sells for £9,000

The fascinating logbook of Flight Sergeant Leonard Sumpter - who was a bomb aimer on the Dambusters Mission and flew a secret mission on the night before D-Day has sold for £9,000.

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Ransomware attack 'not designed to make money', researchers claim

Digital security researchers say malware attack that spread from Ukraine appeared to be focused on damaging IT systemsA ransomware attack that affected at least 2,000 individuals and organisations worldwide on Tuesday appears to have been deliberately engineered to damage IT systems rather than extort funds, according to security researchers.The ...

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Tax software blamed for cyber-attack spread

Was the cyber-attack that hit countries around the world sourced in malware-laden tax software?

The Guardian /
NotPetya ransomware attack 'not designed to make money'

Digital security researchers say malware attack that spread from Ukraine appeared to be focused on damaging IT systemsA ransomware attack that ...

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Firms scramble to recover from wave of cyberattacks

KIEV: Thousands of computer users across the globe scrambled on Wednesday to reboot after a wave of ransomware cyberattacks spread from Ukraine and ...

Daily Mail /
Madoff sons' estates in $23m settlement over Ponzi scheme

The settlement will strip the estates of Mark (left) and Andrew (center) Madoff of 'all assets, cash, and other proceeds' of their father Bernie ...

Daily Express /
Kylie Jenner bares almost EVERYTHING as she ditches underwear for very risque shoot

KYLIE JENNER flashed her ample assets in a very racy photo shoot as she took to Instagram yesterday to share a series of sizzling snaps.

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There’s still hope for Maxim Trader investors

PETALING JAYA: All may not be lost for aggrieved investors of money game company Maxim Trader, according to a law firm acting for a group to recover their money. "There are provisions in the law and other legal avenues they can institute to compel the owners of the company for restitution," said Sreether Sundram, a partner in law firm Murali B. ...

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New highly virulent strain of ransomware cripples networks

A new, highly virulent strain of malicious software that is crippling computers globally appears to have been sown in Ukraine, where it badly hobbled much of the government and private sector on the eve ...

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Sarawak Fire and Rescue Dept prepares for possible drought

KUCHING: Preparations by the Sarawak Fire and Rescue Department to face possible drought in the state always starts after the Chap Goh Mei celebration every year, as that is the transition between the end of the monsoon period and the beginning of ...

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