Apple, Dell to buy Toshiba’s chip business

US tech giants Apple and Dell have joined and offered to purchase Toshiba’s memory chip business, an arrangement seen as key to the survival of the money stripped Japanese industrial business. “A week ago Bain Capital made a reexamined offer” for Toshiba, which “gets an expansive rundown of key accomplices including Apple, Dell” and other people who will put resources into the business, Bain Capital said in an announcement acquired by AFP on Sunday.

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Vox Media is bending to the wave of using technology to sell ads

Vox Media is at long last going completely automatic. The digital media organization, which claims publications, for example,, SB Nation and Recode, says it will now begin offering its exceptional promotions utilizing automated software and data.

This procedure, referred to over the advertisement business as “programmatic ads” – is exemplified by machines purchasing and offering advertisements utilizing reams of information in milliseconds by means of ad technology.

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Ministers launch group to help boost green business investment

Another group driven by financial specialists and leading figures from the City of London has been united by the administration to attract up measures to support “green finance” in the UK.

The Green Finance Taskforce will have a half year to think of recommendations on the most proficient method to expand interest in the low-carbon economy and will work with banks and other budgetary organizations. Led by Sir Roger Gifford, previous master chairman of London, the taskforce will take grander measures to make the UK’s arranged investements in foundation, for example on energy and transport, more ecologically sustainable.

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