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Congolese children mine metals in your phone for 75p a day

Shared from on 19 January 2016

Smartphones made by some of the world’s best-known brands include metal mined by Congolese children, according to an investigation

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Congolese children mine metals in your phone for 75p a day

Shared from on 19 January 2016

Smartphones made by some of the world’s best-known brands include metal mined by Congolese children, according to an investigation

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Congolese children mine metals in your phone for 75p a day

Shared from on 19 January 2016

Smartphones made by some of the world’s best-known brands include metal mined by Congolese children, according to an investigation

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Boxed in: Do you talk to your colleagues enough?

Shared from on 26 October 2015

In an age when we are more connected than ever via smart phones and the internet, paradoxically our workplaces and businesses risk becoming increasingly fragmented.

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Boxed in: Do you talk to your colleagues enough?

Shared from on 26 October 2015

In an age when we are more connected than ever via smart phones and the internet, paradoxically our workplaces and businesses risk becoming increasingly fragmented.

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HTC and Lenovo cut jobs as phone rivals pull ahead

Shared from on 14 August 2015

Two of the world’s largest smartphone companies have unveiled plans to slash almost 6,000 jobs between them after struggling to keep up

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HTC and Lenovo cut jobs as phone rivals pull ahead

Shared from on 14 August 2015

Two of the world’s largest smartphone companies have unveiled plans to slash almost 6,000 jobs between them after struggling to keep up

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Work email is making us a ‘generation of idiots’. Time to switch off

Shared from on 14 May 2015

Einstein warned that technology could surpass human interaction. It’s happening, and workplaces have to step in when employees can’t kick the habit.

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