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Cold calling director struck off for ‘flagrant’ breach of duties

Halifax man didn’t pay HMRC but forked out on 2 houses and a wedding

£60m, five years late... Tag criminal tagging as a 'catastrophic waste' of taxpayers' cash

UK government beancounters aren't happy with the MoJ

Thorn leaves CGI UK's side: Prez exit 'to pursue other interests'

Brit boss off after two years behind the controls

Elon Musk offered no salary, $55bn bonus to run Tesla for a decade

All he has to do is make Tesla the third-most valuable company and vastly increase revenue

Death notice: Moore’s Law. 19 April 1965 – 2 January 2018

Done in by the weaponisation of optimisation, and now 2017 may be as good as it ever got

I thought there'd be more Instagram: ICT apprenticeships down 20% in five years

Just not as sexy as engineering

Sack the Xerox CEO 'immediately', yell activist investors

Moneymen always ready to say: Icahn tell you what you're doing wrong

UK competition watchdog: Fox's takeover of Sky 'not in public interest'

Deal would hand Murdoch too much power – provisional ruling

IBM UK's pre-Xmas GTS head-chop: THWACK! Is that it?

Unsure on-shore: When it comes to staff ratio, you hit it then quit it... right? Right?

Australian Senate vote-counting-ware contract a complete shambles

Auditor says the right people were elected, probably, despite security and other messes

Murdoch to Zuckerberg: Cough up cash, nerd

Here comes the great defender of journalism – and he wants Facebook to pay for news

Facebook grows a conscience, admits it corroded democracy

Mr Zuckerberg, are we the baddies?

Blockchain rebrand sends Stapleton Capital's shares soaring

Shares only double in value this time

Tax Google and Facebook for a job subsidy scheme? Sigh

Comment If you want more public interest journalism, you need a Big Gov IT Project™

Crappy Christmas! Dixons Carphone dials back profit expectations

It woz Brexit and 'cautious consumers' wot done it

Squeezing more out of slippery big tech may even take tax reforms

Figures are growing but still puny compared to profits

'The capacitors exploded, showering the lab in flaming confetti'

Who, me? In 'On-Call' techies blame users for messes. In 'Who, me?' it's all your own fault

Europe waves through Qualcomm's NXP slurp

Chip-maker promises to play nice with others to secure deal

Hey American business, here's how to use blockch ... sorry – we've been shut down

Shmoocon NIST delays advice and is very, very sorry about 2013 crypto SNAFU

Internet giants removing 70 per cent of reported hate speech, crows European Commission

But we might still drum up some new regs, so keep it up

IBM turns panto villain as The Reg tells readers: 'It's behind you!'

Hello children, fancy a chat about muck-raking tech rags?

Court throws out BT's plans to reduce pension rates

Back to drawing board on £14bn pensions deficit

Digital mortgage service sounds handy, right? Oh, it's through's Verify

Keys in hands of highly borkable ID gateway

User had no webcam or mic, complained vid conference didn’t work

On-Call European Commission sysadmin offers us tales of Euro-dunderheads

.UK overseer Nominet abandons its own charitable foundation – and why this matters

Special report Non-profit org mutates into investment firm

A380 saved as Emirates orders another 20 planes, plus 16 options

Airbus says it’ll keep building the behemoth of the skies into the 2030s

Nervy nuke-armed nation fires missile with 5,000km range

India can hit all of China now. Or Moscow, Athens, USA’s Indian Ocean navy base ...

Plutus Payroll victims asked to explain themselves to receiver

Deloitte trying to figure out who to pay first – or maybe who to pay at all

Feds charge Barclays trader with fraud in Hewlett-Packard deal

Forex head alleged to have manipulated market in 'front-running' scheme

Home Office admits it sent asylum seeker’s personal info to the state he was fleeing pays £15,500 in damages after failed fact-check

Scumbag who tweeted vulnerable adults' details is hauled into court

Kent bloke 'threatened' privacy watchdog that he'd release more

DXC confirms veep level shake-up in new world order

Exclusive CEO thanks execs for service... more than most get

M&S extends customer support contract with, er, Capita

Web chat? On the phone? Online? That'll be UK IT's Mr Nasty you are talking to

Intellectual Property Office drops, er, patently cool cartoon to teach kids about trademarks

Hey, Reg can entertain children. IP freely, anyone, IP freely?

Former Cisco CEO John Chambers says insects are the new lobsters

Only a venture capitalist could say something like that – but that’s what Chambers is now

YouTube turns off cash tap for automatic video nasties

Beer money channels that made under $100 a year are also out of the Partner Program

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