Stories by Michael Pooler

Secret Alan Turing papers released by GCHQ

Mathematical papers written by WWII code breaker and pioneer computer scientist Alan Turing have been released by government intelligence agency GCHQ after being kept secret 70 years.

Gateway ex-CEOs settle fraud charges

Two former chief executives of PC manufacturer Gateway will pay penalties totaling £240,000, after coming to a settlement with the US financial regulator over fraud charges around accounting irregularities at the company over a decade ago.

A third of local superfast broadband projects ready to begin

Four local authority partnerships - in Kent and Medway, Shropshire, Lincolnshire, and Hampshire - are the latest to receive the green light from the Department for Culture, Media and Sports. This takes the total of approved projects to 15 out of a total 47 across the country.