Daniel Morgan

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Daniel Morgan, a private investigator who was killed with an axe in the car park of the Golden Lion pub in Sydenham, southeast London on March 10th, 1987. File photograph: Metropolitan Police/PA Wire

London’s Metropolitan Police corruptly meddled in shoddy investigations into the brutal 1987 murder of a private investigator and then concealed their(...)

Chief executive Satya Nadella has spent the past five years shifting Microsoft to focus on cloud-based software. Photograph: EPA

Microsoft posted sales and profit that topped analysts’ projections, lifted by demand for Azure cloud-computing programmes and internet-based versions(...)

Shares of Oracle fell 4 per cent to $47.30.  Photograph: Mike Blake/File Photo/Reuters

Oracle on Monday reported first-quarter revenue that narrowly missed analysts’ estimates, suggesting that the business software maker was struggling t(...)

 Netflix: disappointed the markets. Photograph:  Mike Blake/Reuters

Netflix’s subscriber growth fell short of Wall Street expectations on Monday, sending shares of the normally high-flying stock down 14 per cent on fea(...)

US stocks rose after the latest monthly jobs report pointed to strength in the world’s largest economy. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

European shares breathed a sigh of relief on Friday, with Italian stocks supported after a deal to form a coalition government there ended three month(...)

Daniel Morgan: part of a landscape of private detectives who did the bidding of the press for huge sums of money

When Peter Jukes first made contact with the brother of murdered private detective Daniel Morgan, it didn’t seem like the most auspicious phone call h(...)

Like many young people before him, Steffan Jolley worked in the hospitality sector to earn money while at college. As things turned out, it was time w(...)

Apple chief executive Tim Cook said that the company’s new mobile payment service, Apple Pay, which lets customer buy products from select merchants with their phones, was in its “first inning” and the company would consider adding new features.

Apple quarterly results smashed Wall Street expectations with record sales of big-screen iPhones in the holiday shopping season and a 70 per cent rise(...)