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Ikea billionaire’s unusual money-saving moves – AOL Money UK

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Ikea billionaire's unusual money-saving moves
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Ikea founder Ingvar Kamprad, is said to be worth £28 billion – and is thought to be the 10th richest man in the world – but you wouldn't know it if you met him. He lives a famously frugal lifestyle, and a recent documentary shown on Swedish TV has
Ikea billionaire Ingvar Kamprad buys second-hand clothes to save moneyThe Guardian
Ikea's billionaire founder a frugal fan of flea markets – AFP.comAFP.com

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A former employee of Russian search engine Yandex allegedly tried to sell its … – Business Insider

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A former employee of Russian search engine Yandex allegedly tried to sell its
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A former employee of Yandex, the Russian internet company that's the country's main rival to Google, allegedly stole the source code and algorithms for its search engine and tried to sell it on the black market to fund his own startup. Russian

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Kids Company bosses grilled by MPs over misuse of public funds – Express.co.uk

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Kids Company bosses grilled by MPs over misuse of public funds
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Mr Yentob said money was not given out “willy nilly” but admitted that envelopes of cash were handed to children with no control over how it was spent. Miss Batmanghelidjh initially denied youngsters were given “hundreds of pounds” a week before
Kids Company used donors' money to pay for private education of employees Daily Mail
Kids Company hearing : Batmanghelidjh accused of 'verbal ectoplasm' – as it The Guardian
Kids Company chairman Alan Yentob claims teenager murdered after charity closedTelegraph.co.uk
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David Cameron meets Syrians forced out of their homes during surprise Middle … – Daily Mail

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David Cameron meets Syrians forced out of their homes during surprise Middle
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British aid money helps support the 1.1million refugees living in Lebanon. They now make up an astonishing one in four of the country's population. The Prime Minister said that without aid spending many more people would make the 'perilous journey' to …
Britain's Cameron visits Syrian refugees in LebanonLondon South East
David Cameron visits Syrian refugee camp in LebanonTelegraph.co.uk
David Cameron says British aid has prevented 'hundreds of thousands' of The Independent
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