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Budget 2014: Guardian readers have their say on reducing the deficit

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Dr. Dre Celebrates Becoming a Billionaire In Future Heineken Commercial

You hardly ever get acquisition updates from World Star Hip Hop, but the blog just posted this video of Dr. Dre and Tyrese confirming Apple’s $3.2 billion deal with Beats over some Heinekens.Read more…

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The 5 Stages of Bitcoin Grief

Earlier this week, the IRS announced plans to treat Bitcoin as property and not currency. That means Bitcoin will be subject to capital gains tax, a wrinkle that could derail the crypto-currency on its path to global domination. Why? Because as Kevin Roose explained when the ruling was handed down, if … More »

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The dreams of those agorist Bitcoiners who still hoped that their digital currency could evade the t

The dreams of those agorist Bitcoiners who still hoped that their digital currency could evade the taxman are finally dead. The IRS hath spoken. They will treat Bitcoins as property, which means self-employment and capital gains taxes may apply to your stash. Call an accountant for further details, folks.Read more…

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Doge And Dogecoin Are Actually, Really Headed To NASCAR

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Last week, the community behind the silly/hilarious/very real cryptocurrency Dogecoin noticed that NASCAR racer Josh Wise was without a sponsor. They needed to raise $55,000 in dogecoins, and Josh would have a ticket to ride. In less than a week, they’ve done it. You’re about to see a Doge race around ‘Dega.Read more…

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Chinese think tank keeps distance from damning Taiwan corruption report

<!– google_ad_section_start –> China’s leading public policy research institution has denied involvement in a recent study that pointed to rampant corruption in Taiwan. The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) was responding to earlier media reports that the Berlin-based corruption watchdog Transparency International had tasked a subsidiary of CASS to conduct a public opinion poll on corruption in Taiwan. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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Taiwan legislators brawl during tax debate

<!– google_ad_section_start –> Fighting broke out in Taiwan’s parliament on Tuesday as legislators scuffled and threw coffee during a debate on whether a controversial capital gains tax on share trading should be revised less than a year after it was brought in. Discussions were brought to a virtual standstill after dozens of lawmakers from the ruling Kuomintang party clashed with opposition legislators as both groups tried to seize the chamber’s podium. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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Five times more conservatives than liberals in China, says survey

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Shanghai property transactions hit 3-year high in March despite new curbs

<!– google_ad_section_start –> The total value of transactions in the city last month hit 1.54 million square metres (16.5m sq f), according to real estate services company E-House China. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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Standard work hours ‘won’t cost more’in the long run

<!– google_ad_section_start –> Legislating standard working hours will not result in a rise in business costs in the long run as companies will look for ways to rearrange work flow in a more efficient manner, an expert with International Labour Organisation has said. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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China’s urbanisation drive leaves migrant workers out in the cold

<!– google_ad_section_start –> Twenty minutes’ drive from Shanghai’s glitzy financial district, dozens of migrant workers are preparing to abandon homes in old shipping containers, as one of the more unusual solutions to China’s housing shortage faces the wrecking ball. Cheap but crowded neighbourhoods are being cleared across China as part of a stepped-up “urbanisation” campaign by China’s new leaders. The country aims to spend an estimated US$6 trillion (HK$46.58 trillion) on infrastructure, including housing, as a projected 400 million people become urban residents over the next decade. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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US music producer, CD pioneer Phil Ramone dies at 79

<!– google_ad_section_start –> The New York Times reported that, although some media sources had said he was 72, public records and his family confirmed that Ramone was 79. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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Egypt TV satirist Bassem Youssef faces arrest warrant

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France: Al-Qaida-linked warlord Abou Zeid killed in combat with French troops in February

<!– google_ad_section_start –> PARIS (AP) — France: Al-Qaida-linked warlord Abou Zeid killed in combat with French troops in February. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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Filipino militants free Australian hostage

<!– google_ad_section_start –> Al-Qaeda-linked militants in the southern Philippines on Saturday released an emaciated-looking Australian man near a coastal town where they kidnapped him for ransom 15 months ago. Warren Richard Rodwell was brought to police by residents of Pagadian city who saw him walking before dawn near the fishing port, where his abductors dropped him off, said local police chief Julius Munez. Rodwell “looked OK, just tired. But he looked like he lost a lot of weight,” Munez said. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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