The cries of Brexiteers are clear – the European Union is costing Britain too much money.
Alphabet — the parent company of US search giant Google — has reported strong growth in the second quarter, with revenues up 21 percent compared to the same period in 2016 at $26bn.
Google was recently served with a record-breaking fine by the European Commission (EC) for breaking anti-trust law.
A new data-focused accelerator programme, Data Pitch, has opened applications for European startups to apply for funding.
After a seven-year investigation, the European Commission (EC) has ordered global tech giant Google to pay a record-breaking €2.4bn ($2.7bn) fine for manipulating search results.
The UK voted to leave the European Union in June 2016 by a majority of 52 percent in what had already become widely known as the Brexit vote.
Emmanuel Macron, the financier-turned politician, became France’s youngest ever president yesterday after winning two thirds of the popular vote.
Apple has lodged an appeal against the European Commission (EC) decision that it needs to pay €13bn in tax to Ireland.
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