W1nners’ Club Problem Page – Corporate spy in the office

W1nners’ Club Problem Page – Corporate spy in the office

  Dear Darcus, One of the employees on my team has started offering to buy me tea every morning and as a result I am convinced that they may be a corporate spy that is either working for a competitor, or they could be working undercover for the security services and informing on me. I…

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Prank your work colleagues with a fake voice activated printer sign

Prank your work colleagues with a fake voice activated printer sign

  They say that revenge is a dish best served cold. Did somebody go on holiday leaving you to do all their work as well as your own? Did your boss make you stay late and/or work weekends at a trade conference when your favourite sports team or rock band was in town? Whatever your…

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You’ve just been sacked…………why not win the Grand National?

You’ve just been sacked…………why not win the Grand National?

  It’s time to dust yourself down and do something useful with your time. Yes, we know you loved your old job and yes, we know that you didn’t mean to drink quite so much alcohol that lunchtime but unfortunately, due to an oversight on your part you eventually got the sack. The question now…

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Find out if your boss is humping the secretary by recording what time they leave at night

Find out if your boss is humping the secretary by recording what time they leave at night

  Your boss clearly doesn’t like you. You constantly get given pointless reports to do and you didn’t even get to take any annual leave in between Christmas and New Year. It’s time to get your revenge! You’re pretty sure the boss is knocking off his/her secretary after hours in the office, but this can’t…

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JC Penney abandons holding regular sales and in turn alienates its customers

JC Penney abandons holding regular sales and in turn alienates its customers

  Former Apple executive Ron Johnson became CEO of US department store JC Penney back in 2011.  The company’s demise since then has been characterised by ongoing sluggish sales growth and store closings that have made the company a shadow of its once great self.   JC Penney’s demise began when they changed the company’s…

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Spotify offered a recording contract after the success of their latest mixtape

Spotify offered a recording contract after the success of their latest mixtape

  Swedish Tech Pop duo Spotify have been offered a recording contract with one of the world’s largest record labels.   Spotify’s agreement with the record company Universal, whose hundreds of artists include Drake, U2, the Weeknd and Lady Gaga — is a global, multiyear deal. Universal Music Group’s Head of A&R Mr. Sam Pling…

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Pepsi challenge undergoes a revamp to include teargas and water cannon

Pepsi challenge undergoes a revamp to include teargas and water cannon

  Soft drinks manufacturer Pepsi has decided to revamp its format for the Pepsi challenge by introducing a crack unit of riot police to make it harder for contestants to work out which drink they’ve just tasted – mainly because they’ll be more concerned about dodging vicious blows from truncheons.   The legendary marketing promotion…

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Noel Edmunds tells Brexit committee whether a deal is better than no deal

Noel Edmunds tells Brexit committee whether a deal is better than no deal

  Prime Minister Theresa May has asked Noel Edmunds to prove that, “no deal is better than a bad deal,” by explaining the rules of his hit TV show to a parliamentary committee.   Upon being asked whether the government had a costing for failing to win a deal with the EU on Brexit, Finance…

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Bank robbers outraged by Lloyds’ new, ‘micro-branch,’ format

Bank robbers outraged by Lloyds’ new, ‘micro-branch,’ format

  Bank robbers have expressed outrage at the announcement of Lloyds’ new branch format as the bank announces plans to board up the old counter sections at hundreds of locations.   The new “micro branches” will be staffed by just two people, who will help customers to use machines and are the result of “a profound…

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Internet providers won’t sell customer browsing history – which is a huge relief for some people!

Internet providers won’t sell customer browsing history – which is a huge relief for some people!

  Internet providers in the US have said they will not sell customers’ internet browsing information – which is a huge relief for the sort people that like to jerk off at their computer in the small hours.   The U.S. Congress recently approved legislation that will reverse Obama era internet privacy rules meaning a…

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