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What next in Afghanistan?
The one constant at Camp Bastion, and indeed every base in Helmand Province, is the noise. Generators are the lifeline that keep this place running - refridgerators, air conditioning and lighting are the essentials.
Euro zone unemployment hits record high, seen rising
People look at job offers at the Clara Campoamor centre in Barakaldo during an annual open day in which local council organization Inguralde arrange interviews between job seekers and businesses, May 17, 2012.
Carrefour exits Greece ahead of crucial election
A woman walks below the logo of Carrefour Planet supermarket in Bordeaux, southwestern France, January 19, 2012. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau.
GREECE: Carrefour switches to franchise operation  just-food.com (subscription)
Mike Lynch extends investment in Featurespace
"We are already gaining good customer traction with our products, and this investment enables us to further build our team and sales capability to support our growing business through the next stage of our development," said Excell in a statement.
Salesforce.com and Oracle buy social marketing firms
Salesforce.com and Oracle have each acquired companies whose technology helps companies use social media as a marketing channel. Yesterday, SaaS CRM provider Salesforce.
The UK Bribery Act one year on
Next week will mark one year since the UK Bribery Act came into effect and many businesses are still struggling with the finer points of how this legislation impacts them.
Veolia sells UK water stake for �1.1bn
Veolia Environnement has agreed to sell a 90 per cent stake in its UK water business for �1.1bn in the first step by the French utility to cut its debt burden through disposals.
Veolia sells UK water unit for $1.9 billion to cut debt  Reuters UK
Data breach exposed as council launches new policy
"The file was next to the staff member's car close to the social work building. The social worker found the file was missing within 5 minutes and recovered it from the police station within 20 minutes.
NatWest crash caused by 'in-house' software glitch
Last week's catastrophic IT failure at RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank was caused by a failed software update to the banks' in-house systems, according to reports.
Building IT skills at ARM
Thanks to the popularity of its low power chip designs in smartphones and other mobile devices, microprocessor intellectual property company ARM Holdings has enjoyed rapid growth in the last two years.