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The Chancellor, Alistair Darling, announced in the Pre-Budget Report on 9 December 2009 that he plans to introduce a so-called "patent box" which would give a favourable tax treatment to income derived from patents. This new regime is part of a drive to make the UK more attractive to high-tech companies. It is hoped that the patent box will encourage these companies to locate their research and development ("R&D") functions in the UK to take advantage of the change which will be introduced in April 2013. A new 10% corporation rate will be applied to patent income from April 2013. It appears that the ...
(HDTV). Television systems are also used for surveillance, industrial process control, and guiding of weapons, in places where direct observation is difficult or dangerous. Amateur television ( ham TV or ATV ) is also used for experimentation, pleasure and public service events by amateur radio operators. Ham TV stations were on the air in many cities before commercial TV stations came on the air.
General Global Week in Review 19 July 2010 from IP Think Tank
Please join the discussion by adding your comments on any of these stories, and please do let us know if you think we’ve missed something important, or if there is a source you think should be monitored.   Highlights this week included: Full ACTA leaks again: Updated to Lucerne round ( Michael Geist ) ( ArsTechnica ) ( IP:JUR ) ( IP Watch ) Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals guts ‘first sale’: Costco v Omega ( ArsTechnica )   Global Global – General Bilksi , rising Asian IP sophistication and European patent harmony – Podcast 8 July 2010 ( IP Think Tank ) Chief Intangible Asset Officer: Has the time come? ( Business IP and ... market research, surveys and trends
Income Tax Uk Wikipedia | Tax Software
Please be aware that although most of the statistics in this article may refer to £ to readers in other countries will realize that the rising costs of fuel pumps affects them too, wherever they reside. Now we are in mid-2008, last year's predictions of high food prices, increased energy bills, rising fuel prices and general adjustment strap have been proven not to be scare mongering but real fact of life, and all together its not down at all well with us. Life for the whole world has changed some way short, if you decided not to buy a certain delicacy that the little food they have enjoyed because its now too expensive ... market research, surveys and trends


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Secretariat to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), Ad Hoc Working Group on Access and Benefit Sharing, UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, DG Trade (European Commission), national European governments, US government, World Intellectual Property Organization and World Trade Organization Industry associations involved : BIO, BPG, EFPIA, ICC, IFPMA, PhRMA GSK position : Benefit sharing means the sharing of benefits arising from the use of genetic resources. The proposed International Regime on Access and Benefit Sharing is still under discussion within the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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The UK fiscal landscape for multinationals: a turning point?
The arrival of a new UK coalition Government is a good opportunity to take stock of the tax environment for inward investors into the United Kingdom. Please log in below to access the full article. If you are not an existing Lexology subscriber, please register for the free daily legal newsfeed service here . The Court of Appeal has recently considered the extent of subordination provisions in a group guarantee. In 2009 the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence estimated that 13.7 million working days are lost each year in the UK because of work-related mental health conditions including stress, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Q&A With KIT Digital's CEO Kaleil Isaza Tuzman
Each week I spend a lot of time trading emails with CEOs in the industry and simply due to time restraints, many of the conversations never go up on my blog. While probably half of what they tell me I'm not able to disclose anyway, there is a lot of information they share that I can make public, especially when it comes to the trends they are seeing in the market. With that in mind, this post with KIT Digital's CEO Kaleil Isaza Tuzman kicks off a new CEO Q&A format that I am going to try and do each week on my blog. If you want your company interviewed, send me an email and let me know as I already have a bunch ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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Who created the box of matches ? - Yahoo! Answers
The quest for ways to ignite a fire began about 1.5 million years ago, when the caveman discovered that he could start a fire by rubbing two sticks together, and ended with the successful invention of the non-toxic matches we use today. Today, approximately 500 billion matches are used each year and about 200 billion of these come from matchbooks. In 1669, an alchemist, one who mistakenly believes that he can change base metals into gold, mixed up a batch of something which was, surprisingly, not gold, but a substance he named phosphorous. Since his recipe did not produce the gold he desired, he tossed it onto the heap of history.
Google Answers: Game Shows - "Who wants to be a millionaire"
A few related questions with regards to game shows: a) QUESTIONS: Do game shows share a databank of questions or do they design it themselves? If the former is true, how does one go about purchasing such a databank. b) GAME SHOW RIGHTS What sort of rights are owned by the "Who wants to be a millionaire"? Is it just trademark on the name or do they have a patent on any quiz game that doubles the stakes with each question? Are the rights limited to TV? If one invented a quiz game with another name, slightly different rules and a non-tv application - would it be breaching anything? c) OTHER GAMING APPLICATIONS Can you ...