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Nuclear waste will remain a deadly threat for hundreds of thousands of years. Despite having decades of hazardous waste in temporary storage, the world is only now finalising plans for long-term containment

Onkalo aims to solve the 100,000-year problem of nuclear waste storage

Nuclear waste will remain a deadly threat for hundreds of thousands of years. Despite having decades of hazardous waste in temporary storage, the world is only now finalising plans for long-term containment

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Strategy As companies pump increasing investment into digital marketing, consumers are inundated with more and more content. The ad industry is changing, and its quality is being sacrificed

Advertising has evolved – businesses need to catch up or they risk total irrelevance

As companies pump increasing investment into digital marketing, consumers are inundated with more and more content. The ad industry is changing, and its quality is being sacrificed

Strategy The microblogging site is expanding its video advertising programme, allowing users to monetise their creations

Twitter users to profit from their videos

The microblogging site is expanding its video advertising programme, allowing users to monetise their creations

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Mobile World Congress 2016 Executives from Yahoo and Google say "blunt" ad-blocking could destroy the value exchange of the digital ecosystem

Tech companies fear the ad-block bomb

Executives from Yahoo and Google say “blunt” ad-blocking could destroy the value exchange of the digital ecosystem

Strategy The rise of online video means advertisers are wondering if the Super Bowl is still worth the massive cost

The Super Bowl is losing advertisers

The rise of online video means advertisers are wondering if the Super Bowl is still worth the massive cost

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Business Accused of spying on emails and texting non-subscribers without consent, Yahoo is facing a class action lawsuit

Yahoo faces lawsuit for sending unsolicited text messages

Accused of spying on emails and texting non-subscribers without consent, Yahoo is facing a class action lawsuit

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Business Ad blockers are essential at the moment, but the need for such software will diminish as the barriers between publishers and consumers dissolve

Ad blockers deny publishers vital income for content creation

Ad blockers are essential at the moment, but the need for such software will diminish as the barriers between publishers and consumers dissolve

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Technology Instagram, the photo-sharing service that was bought by Facebook for $1bn three years ago has opened its advertising application programming interface (API) up to all ad-networks

Instagram opens its doors to advertisers

Instagram, the photo-sharing service that was bought by Facebook for $1bn three years ago has opened its advertising application programming interface (API) up to all ad-networks

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Technology Google's new system will change the way businesses advertise on television by more accurately measuring viewing behaviour

Google makes a play for television advertising market

Google’s new system will change the way businesses advertise on television by more accurately measuring viewing behaviour

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Featured The self-proclaimed 'anti-Facebook' Ello has gained considerable traction in the media recently – but we’ve heard it all before

Why Ello is not about to replace Facebook

The self-proclaimed ‘anti-Facebook’ Ello has gained considerable traction in the media recently – but we’ve heard it all before

Business Advertising giants Publicis and Omnicom have pulled the plug on proposed merger and parted ways after months of “slow progress” and “uncertainty"

$35bn Publicis-Omnicom merger collapses despite high hopes

Advertising giants Publicis and Omnicom have pulled the plug on proposed merger and parted ways after months of “slow progress” and “uncertainty”

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Strategy Millennials are finally being recognised as a consumer demographic. With disposable income and an open mind, they are the ideal consumers

Millennials: the perfect consumers?

Millennials are finally being recognised as a consumer demographic. With disposable income and an open mind, they are the ideal consumers

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Technology Company looking to capitalise on young audiences to compete with television ad sales

Facebook to launch TV-style adverts

Company looking to capitalise on young audiences to compete with television ad sales

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