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  1. 25 banks fail ECB stress check on financial health

    Dale Stevens, head of risk at analytics institute SAS UK and Ireland, says: "It's a level of transparency we've not seen before, so I think it shows that the regulators are very serious about making these tests realistic and acceptable to the...

  2. Did $2 Billion in Google Tax Money Disappear in Bermuda Triangle?

    The legal techniques are used to reduce corporate tax burden through a number of corporate loopholes found in both Ireland and the Netherlands. Google and Amazon were also recently called out for not paying enough tax by members of the UK Parliament.

  3. Going Global: Localize Your Message for Holiday Retail Traffic

    One of the largest European retailers with 171 stores in the UK and Republic of Ireland with an additional 69 international franchise stores across 26 countries, Debenhams expanded its global presence by launching an online store in Germany.

  4. Search and Social Marketing Olympians Compete for ROI Gold at SES London

    UK and Ireland, Jon Myers is anticipating our best show to date. Representing the SES Global Advisory Board in the UK, Director, Account Management Yahoo! Some of the industry's finest practitioners and thought leaders in the UK/European online...

  5. New Google Privacy Policy Combines User Data From All Google Services

    As with any change at Google, privacy concerns were quickly highlighted (Ireland and France are already assessing the new policy change, notes Bloomberg). At a time when the European Commission is proposing to significantly enhance the protection...

  6. Bing-Yahoo European Search Ad Integration Starts in 2012

    Starting in Q2 of 2012, Yahoo advertisers in the UK, Ireland, and France will turn to the Microsoft adCenter. Yahoo and Microsoft announced that "The European roll out is scheduled to begin with the UK, Ireland and France in the second quarter of...

  7. Rumors of the Press Release's Death have been Greatly Exaggerated

    I was in Ireland at the time, and it wasn't until yesterday that I read that "the long-suffering, much-maligned press release" had "finally died this summer. Paul Roach of the, and Simon Dumenco wrote an article in Advertising Age...