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What the Equifax Data-Breach Settlement Means for You24m Updated What the Equifax Data-Breach Settlement Means for You
Equifax said it had exposed the data of almost 150 million people in 2017. Now it will pay at least $650 million to settle claims relating to the data breach.
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Best of the Festival of the Unexceptional - a classic car show for the drab29m Best of the Festival of the Unexceptional - a classic car show for the drab
The Festival of the Unexceptional celebrates some of the blandest, ugliest and underwhelming vehicles from history that have - for one reason or another - been lovingly kept by owners.
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Most viewed overseas homes for sale revealed, including private islands29m Most viewed overseas homes for sale revealed, including private islands
Escaping the rat race and owning a slice of paradise appears to be a popular theme among those looking to buy a property overseas.
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Free and cheap activities for the 2019 school summer holidays30m Free and cheap activities for the 2019 school summer holidays
Parents are set to fork out an extra £1.5k, including £316 on activities this summer over the holidays. We reveal 12 ways you can find free/low cost activities for the kids in your area to save money
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Best current account deals: HSBC pulls its £175 switch offer31m Best current account deals: HSBC pulls its £175 switch offer
Those looking for the best cash reward in return for switching their current account will have to look elsewhere from today, as HSBC has pulled its market leading offer.
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Eurotunnel traffic falls amid Brexit uncertainty40m Eurotunnel traffic falls amid Brexit uncertainty
Car and lorry traffic through the Channel tunnel fell during the first half of the year as Brexit uncertainty took its toll, operator Getlink said.
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Expand credit unions as alternative to payday lenders, FCA urges58m Expand credit unions as alternative to payday lenders, FCA urges
Non-profit cooperatives should be encouraged to disrupt high-cost lenders, says regulator The financial regulator is calling for a government review of credit union rules to give vulnerable consumers a viable alternative to payday lenders. The Financial Conduct Authority said looser laws would allow credit unions to offer a wider range of products and services to customers. It said the move could help higher risk customers who often turn to expensive payday loans to make ends meet.
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1h Updated Could Iran tensions push up petrol prices?
Oil and petrol prices have only risen modestly because of the crisis in the Gulf, but that could change.
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1h 18m Huawei cuts jobs at US unit after trade clampdown
The job losses at the Chinese firm's research arm come after Huawei was added to a US trade blacklist.
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How is it our two year old toilet seats are ‘irreplaceable’1h 42m How is it our two year old toilet seats are ‘irreplaceable’
We’re now at breaking point after buying the DIY store’s Cooke & Lewis bathroom range
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Discrimination Is Hard to Prove, Even Harder to Fix2h Updated Discrimination Is Hard to Prove, Even Harder to Fix
Even when older plaintiffs win their suits, correcting institutional biases can take years.
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Is fair trade finished?2h Is fair trade finished?
Fairtrade changed the way we shop. But major companies have started to abandon it and set up their own in-house imitations – threatening the very idea of fair trade. By Samanth Subramanian
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Nat King Cole’s Early Years Are Getting the Archival Treatment2h Updated Nat King Cole’s Early Years Are Getting the Archival Treatment
Resonance Records is set to release a nearly-200-song anthology of music, which will be the first complete collection of Cole’s pre-Capitol recordings.
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The Pound Is a Brexit Barometer. It’s Not Looking Great Right Now.3h Updated The Pound Is a Brexit Barometer. It’s Not Looking Great Right Now.
Britain’s currency has slumped as uncertainty grows over how and when the U.K. will leave the European Union.
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U.S. Punishes Chinese Company Over Iranian Oil3h Updated U.S. Punishes Chinese Company Over Iranian Oil
For the first time, the Trump administration is imposing economic penalties on a Chinese company for importing Iranian oil, a decision certain to add to tensions between Washington and Beijing.
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Puerto Rico Has Faced Decades of Economic Problems. How Has It Affected You?3h Updated Puerto Rico Has Faced Decades of Economic Problems. How Has It Affected You?
We want to hear from those living in Puerto Rico on how corruption and cutbacks in public services have affected you or your family.
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8h Should robots ever look like us?
Some think humanoid robots will be easier to interact with, but others think we'll find them creepy.
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Equifax to Pay at Least $650 Million in Largest-Ever Data Breach Settlement8h Updated Equifax to Pay at Least $650 Million in Largest-Ever Data Breach Settlement
The agreement, which received preliminary approval Monday, would end an array of lawsuits and investigations stemming from the exposure of the sensitive information of more than 147 million people.
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AutoNation Names Cheryl Miller as C.E.O., Its Second New Boss This Year8h Updated AutoNation Names Cheryl Miller as C.E.O., Its Second New Boss This Year
Ms. Miller replaced Carl Liebert, who joined in March but left to pursue other interests, AutoNation said in a statement.
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19 Deaths in Costa Rica Tied to Tainted Alcohol, Officials Say8h Updated 19 Deaths in Costa Rica Tied to Tainted Alcohol, Officials Say
Health officials confiscated 30,000 bottles of alcohol and suspect the deaths were caused by methanol poisoning.
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Contact Lens Start-Up, Big on Social Media, May Be Bad for Eyes, Doctors Say10h Updated Contact Lens Start-Up, Big on Social Media, May Be Bad for Eyes, Doctors Say
The company, Hubble, offers customers contact lens subscriptions at low monthly prices. Critics say it bypasses eye care professionals, doesn’t properly vet prescriptions and takes advantage of federal regulations to the detriment of consumers.
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British Airways pilots back August strike10h Updated British Airways pilots back August strike
Airline tries to obtain injunction to prevent strike backed by 93% of pilots The travel plans of hundreds of thousands of British Airways passengers face the threat of disruption next month after pilots at the airline voted to go on strike over pay. In the ballot, 93% of BA’s 4,000 pilots voted in favour of taking industrial action after rejecting a three-year pay deal. Strike dates have yet to be announced by the pilots’ union Balpa, which must give two weeks’ notice of any action.
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ALEX BRUMMER: Neil Woodford should suspend fees or be banished from City10h Updated ALEX BRUMMER: Neil Woodford should suspend fees or be banished from City
The FCA could draft in a reputable replacement who suspends the fees on Woodford's Equity Income fund, refunds those paid since closure and is charged with cleaning up the mess.
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Puerto Rico ha enfrentado décadas de problemas económicos, ¿de qué forma te han afectado?10h Puerto Rico ha enfrentado décadas de problemas económicos, ¿de qué forma te han afectado?
Queremos escuchar a quienes viven en Puerto Rico: ¿cómo te han afectado a ti y a tu familia la corrupción y los recortes en servicios públicos?
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Jeffrey Epstein’s Deep Ties to Top Wall Street Figures10h Jeffrey Epstein’s Deep Ties to Top Wall Street Figures
Mr. Epstein, who has been charged with sex trafficking, did business with a prominent banker, a top private-equity executive and a hedge-fund billionaire.
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Amid fears No Deal Brexit will trigger downturn: Global economy facing its worst year in decade10h Amid fears No Deal Brexit will trigger downturn: Global economy facing its worst year in decade
It is feared this dismal environment will mean the world economy expands by just 3.3 per cent this year - its slowest growth since the financial crisis was in full swing a decade ago.
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MARKET REPORT: Petra Diamonds spooks investors by admitting it is struggling with a weak market10h MARKET REPORT: Petra Diamonds spooks investors by admitting it is struggling with a weak market
Full-year revenue fell 6 per cent to £372m in the year to June 30, missing analysts' expectations. And Petra trimmed its production guidance to 3.7m in 2020.
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Atom Bank raises £50m from investors - including Neil Woodford - as it fights to win more customers10h Atom Bank raises £50m from investors - including Neil Woodford - as it fights to win more customers
The online lender was given the cash by existing shareholders, including Spanish finance firm BBVA, hedge fund Toscafund and private equity firm Perscitus.
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Shares in Ted Baker surge by more than 13 per cent after its exiled founder considers a buyout10h Shares in Ted Baker surge by more than 13 per cent after its exiled founder considers a buyout
Ray Kelvin, who still owns 35 per cent of the fashion business, is said to be supporting plans to take the company private after more than two decades on the stock market in London.
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Marylou Whitney, Social Queen of the Racing World, Dies at 9312h Updated Marylou Whitney, Social Queen of the Racing World, Dies at 93
A fixture in Saratoga and Lexington, she was a prominent hostess, a patron of the arts and, not least, a sportswoman and a thoroughbred breeder.
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Government delays decision on whether to restrict Huawei12h Government delays decision on whether to restrict Huawei
Chinese tech firm’s equipment will continue to be used in UK’s 5G mobile networks for now Huawei equipment will continue to be used in the UK’s 5G mobile networks for now after the government delayed a decision on whether it should be restricted or banned over concerns the Chinese government can use it to spy on countries. Jeremy Wright, the culture secretary, said the UK had no choice because it is still gauging the impact of US sanctions on Huawei.
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Equifax to Pay at Least $650 Million in Largest Data-Breach Settlement Ever12h Updated Equifax to Pay at Least $650 Million in Largest Data-Breach Settlement Ever
The agreement, which requires court approval, would end an array of state, federal and consumer claims tied to an episode that exposed the sensitive information of more than 147 million people.
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13h Updated Huawei: Government decision on 5G rollout delayed
The implication of the recent US ban on its companies from dealing with Huawei was not clear, the government says.
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The Airport Lounge Is Much Improved, if You Can Squeeze In13h The Airport Lounge Is Much Improved, if You Can Squeeze In
Lounges used to be a quiet place to get some work done. Now they’re offering better food and more services, and might just be victims of their own success.
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There must be a point at which HS2 is just too expensive13h There must be a point at which HS2 is just too expensive
The CBI and BCC wring their hands at a budget overrun of £30bn – but then keep on insisting it must be built One thing as predictable as an increase in the projected cost of building HS2 is the response from business lobby groups. Sure enough, as the high-speed railway
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Video game firms face prosecution over gambling by children14h Video game firms face prosecution over gambling by children
MPs told that betting regulator is prepared to take action Video game developers could be prosecuted if they fail to prevent children gambling
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Wealth Tax and Free College Get Poll Support. Democrats Worry It Won’t Last.14h Updated Wealth Tax and Free College Get Poll Support. Democrats Worry It Won’t Last.
Despite the popularity of liberal policy ideas, voters said in interviews that an incremental approach had a better chance of success.
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Lloyds to pay £140m to settle £100bn funds row15h Lloyds to pay £140m to settle £100bn funds row
Britain's biggest high street bank is to pay about £140m to Standard Life Aberdeen (SLA) to settle a bitter legal fight over the future of a £100bn asset management mandate.
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A New Red Scare Is Reshaping Washington15h Updated A New Red Scare Is Reshaping Washington
A long-defunct Cold War group has come back to life to warn of the dangers of China. They also risk triggering a new Red Scare.
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How to Claim Your Share of the Equifax Data-Breach Settlement15h Updated How to Claim Your Share of the Equifax Data-Breach Settlement
Equifax said it had exposed the data of almost 150 million peoople in 2017. Now it will pay at least $650 to settle claims relating to the data breach.
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How do the economic spokes of Tour de France turn? This is Moneyball15h How do the economic spokes of Tour de France turn? This is Moneyball
We are entering the final week of the Tour de France, billed by one expert as the most exciting since 1989 - but how do the finances stack up and why is the team structure so unique?
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FTSE CLOSE: Metro Bank to offload loan book; Oil price rises; All eyes on Westminster15h FTSE CLOSE: Metro Bank to offload loan book; Oil price rises; All eyes on Westminster
The FTSE 100 closed just 6.23 points higher at 7,514.93, as some of the positive momentum cooled. Meanwhile the pound tumbled by nearly 0.5% amid concerns over the UK economy.
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Pound flashes red as think tank warns UK economy may ALREADY be in recession15h Updated Pound flashes red as think tank warns UK economy may ALREADY be in recession
The NIESR estimated a one-in-four chance that the economy is already shrinking to a recessionary extent and said the odds of a no-deal Brexit were higher than ever.
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15h Updated BA pilots vote in favour of strike action over key summer period
The British Airline Pilots' Association says 93% of its members have voted in favour of industrial action.
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BA court action looms as pilots back summer strikes16h BA court action looms as pilots back summer strikes
British Airways is preparing to go to court in a bid to halt possible peak season strikes by pilots in a dispute over pay.
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Treasury urged to expand credit unions to help vulnerable consumers16h Treasury urged to expand credit unions to help vulnerable consumers
Financial Conduct Authority calls for a viable alternative to payday lenders The financial regulator is calling for a government review of credit union rules to give vulnerable consumers a viable alternative to payday lenders. The Financial Conduct Authority said looser laws would allow credit unions to offer a wider range of products and services to customers. It said the move could help higher risk customers who often turn to expensive payday loans to make ends meet.
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FTSE LIVE: Metro Bank to offload loan book; Oil price rises; All eyes on Westminster16h Updated FTSE LIVE: Metro Bank to offload loan book; Oil price rises; All eyes on Westminster
The price of oil is on the rise as political tensions in the Persian Gulf heighten. It comes after Iran seized a UK-flagged oil tanker on Friday. Brent crude is now up 1.6 per cent at more than $63 a barrel.
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Ted Baker’s former boss Ray Kelvin said to be considering buyout16h Ted Baker’s former boss Ray Kelvin said to be considering buyout
Fashion chain’s founder quit in March after allegations of inappropriate behaviour Shares in Ted Baker have jumped after reports that the fashion retailer’s founder, Ray Kelvin, was considering teaming up with investors to buy the company. Kelvin
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Google pays $11m to jobseekers who alleged age discrimination16h Google pays $11m to jobseekers who alleged age discrimination
Tech firm settles class-action lawsuit but denies it is unfair to older applicants Google has settled a lawsuit alleging age discrimination in its hiring practices, paying $11m to more than 200 jobseekers who were over 40 when they applied to join the company. Although it has settled the case, Google denies the allegations that it was unfairly dismissive of older applicants.
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Trump calls for US interest rate cut; fears of UK Brexit recession – business live16h Updated Trump calls for US interest rate cut; fears of UK Brexit recession – business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as the National Institute of Economic and Social Research warns the UK faces a murky future
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SMALL CAP SHARE IDEAS: Arc Minerals looks to join roster of Zambian copper mines16h SMALL CAP SHARE IDEAS: Arc Minerals looks to join roster of Zambian copper mines
Zambia houses some of the world's most productive copper mines. But it's far from fully explored and Aim-listed Arc Minerals might have hit upon another major deposit in the country.
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Pub closure rate halves as communities fight back17h Pub closure rate halves as communities fight back
Data suggests government action on business rates and development may be working The rate at which pubs are disappearing in England and Wales has halved, prompting claims that government measures designed to arrest the decline may be stemming the tide of closures.
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Volvo recalls more than 500,000 cars worldwide over fire risk17h Volvo recalls more than 500,000 cars worldwide over fire risk
Almost 70,000 vehicles in the UK are affected by problem with plastic part in engine Almost 70,000 Volvo cars are being recalled by the manufacturer in the UK because of a fire risk in the engine. The manufacturer said that a plastic part in the engine has, in rare cases, been liable to melt and deform, resulting in a possible engine fire.
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Homebase snaps up collapsed retailer Bathstore - but a total of 91 outlets will close down17h Updated Homebase snaps up collapsed retailer Bathstore - but a total of 91 outlets will close down
Homebase will take control of 44 Bathstore shops and open a 'significant number' of Bathstore concessions in its own stores over the next year and half. It will also operate the retailer's website.
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No-deal Brexit risk may have already pushed UK into recession, says NIESR17h No-deal Brexit risk may have already pushed UK into recession, says NIESR
Leaving without deal will ‘throw concrete’ in wheels of British-EU trade, says economist The mounting risk of no-deal
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18h Brexit harming UK industrial strategy, warns top economist
Deadlock means "not as much other stuff has happened as might," says the Bank of England's Andy Haldane.
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Equifax Is Said to Be Close to Reaching Deal in Huge ’17 Data Breach18h Equifax Is Said to Be Close to Reaching Deal in Huge ’17 Data Breach
The agreement, which calls for the company to pay around $650 million, is meant to resolve federal and state inquiries and consumer claims over the exposure of data of at least 145 million people.
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With $1 Billion From Microsoft, an A.I. Lab Wants to Mimic the Brain18h With $1 Billion From Microsoft, an A.I. Lab Wants to Mimic the Brain
OpenAI, now managed by start-up guru Sam Altman, wants to create a machine that can do anything the human brain can do. Skeptics wonder if it is possible.
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18h Volvo recalls 70,000 cars in the UK over fire risk
The car maker says a plastic engine part can in "very rare cases" melt and cause a fire.
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19h Updated Equifax to pay up to $700m to settle data breach
The credit score agency has agreed a settlement after hackers stole 147 million people's details.
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Homebase saves Bathstore but 200 jobs still at risk19h Homebase saves Bathstore but 200 jobs still at risk
Homebase has bought collapsed bathroom specialist Bathstore saving around 175 jobs but leaving 200 more hanging in the balance.
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Equifax Settlement in Data Breach Will Cost at Least $650 Million19h Updated Equifax Settlement in Data Breach Will Cost at Least $650 Million
The settlement, which was announced on Monday and still needs court approval, would be the largest ever paid by a company over a data breach.
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Brexit may already have pushed UK into recession – business live19h Updated Brexit may already have pushed UK into recession – business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as the National Institute of Economic and Social Research warns the UK faces a murky future
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What does a no-deal Brexit mean for my finances? - This is Money podcast  19h Updated What does a no-deal Brexit mean for my finances? - This is Money podcast  
Could no deal really happen? What would it mean for your money? The Office of Budget Responsibility's verdict is that it would cost us billions, sink the pound, and cause job losses.
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Matt Haig: A decade in debt left me too anxious to leave the house19h Updated Matt Haig: A decade in debt left me too anxious to leave the house
Matt Haig, the bestselling author, would invest more money in mental health services if he were made Chancellor of the Exchequer.
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Equifax Is Said to Be Near $650 Million Settlement for Data Breach20h Updated Equifax Is Said to Be Near $650 Million Settlement for Data Breach
An agreement would resolve federal and state investigations and consumer claims over the exposure of information about 145 million people.
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Writer and performer Jenny Eclair comes clean about her finances20h Updated Writer and performer Jenny Eclair comes clean about her finances
The 59-year-old 'grumpy woman' lives in South East London with husband Geoff Powell. She says she is shrewd when it comes to money.
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MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Up periscope - this expert in submarine survival could put profit in your sights!20h Updated MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Up periscope - this expert in submarine survival could put profit in your sights!
TP is a small British firm, based in Reading, but the company's know-how when it comes to submarines is used by defence forces the world over.
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What help and care can you get for someone with dementia?20h Updated What help and care can you get for someone with dementia?
Olivia Kennedy, pictured, is a financial planner at Quilter Private Client Advisers. She shares her story and offers practical tips on what is available to dementia sufferers and their carers.
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Looking for investment winners? Buy British - and bag a bargain!20h Updated Looking for investment winners? Buy British - and bag a bargain!
Investment experts are hopeful that when the current uncertainty diminishes this should improve the fortunes of both sterling and the stock market.
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Equifax agrees $700m penalty over mass data breach20h Equifax agrees $700m penalty over mass data breach
Credit reference agency Equifax has agreed to pay up to $700m in a settlement with US regulators over a data breach in 2017.
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De La Rue ensnared by executive pensions row20h De La Rue ensnared by executive pensions row
The beleaguered banknote printer De La Rue has become ensnared in the deepening row between the City and corporate Britain over the scale of pension contributions lavished on their bosses.
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Mobile operators agree to cut charges for out-of-contract customers20h Mobile operators agree to cut charges for out-of-contract customers
A number of UK mobile phone operators have agreed to cut charges for out-of-contract customers as research by Ofcom found they were overpaying £182m a year.
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DealBook Briefing: Chinese Investment in the U.S. Drops 90%20h Updated DealBook Briefing: Chinese Investment in the U.S. Drops 90%
The steady flow of money that China once poured into the U.S. has shrunk since President Trump took office.
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Live Nation admits to placing tickets on resale sites21h Live Nation admits to placing tickets on resale sites
Admission confirms rumours that labels and artists sell live music tickets to secondary market Live Nation, the world’s largest live music firm, has admitted placing tickets for Metallica directly on to resale websites, despite having claimed that it is against ticket touting. In a secret recording of a telephone call between an associate of Metallica, a Live Nation business partner and a senior Live Nation executive, the executive outlined a plan to bypass the regular avenues by which fans buy tickets at face value.
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Neil Woodford: shares in listed fund fall as it invests £10m in Atom Bank21h Neil Woodford: shares in listed fund fall as it invests £10m in Atom Bank
First major deal since shuttering of Equity Income Fund fails to excite investors Neil Woodford’s stock market-listed fund has announced its first major investment since the shuttering of its flagship sister vehicle last month. Woodford Patient Capital Trust confirmed on Monday that it was pumping £10m into Atom Bank, keeping its stake at 18%. It is part of a wider £50m fundraising by Atom Bank that also drew investment from Spanish banking group BBVA and investment funds Perscitus and Toscafund.
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The energy postcode lottery revealed: Liverpool loses out to Leeds22h Updated The energy postcode lottery revealed: Liverpool loses out to Leeds
Households in Liverpool are paying on average £113 more than families in Leeds for the same amount of energy, according to data from Youtility, a home finance planning app.
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Air passengers could see carbon charge added automatically22h Air passengers could see carbon charge added automatically
Passengers could have a carbon offsetting charge automatically added to the cost of airline tickets under plans being considered by ministers aimed at cutting emissions.
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Chinese Money in the U.S. Dries Up as Trade War Drags On22h Updated Chinese Money in the U.S. Dries Up as Trade War Drags On
Tougher regulations and uncertainty about tariffs have made America less friendly for foreign investment.
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Markets weighed down by geopolitical tensions and Brexit worries – business live22h Updated Markets weighed down by geopolitical tensions and Brexit worries – business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as tensions in the Gulf push the oil price higher
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Start-Up Says It’s Changing Eye Care for the Better. Others See It Differently.23h Updated Start-Up Says It’s Changing Eye Care for the Better. Others See It Differently.
Hubble offers customers contact lens subscriptions at low monthly prices. Critics say it bypasses eye care professionals, doesn’t properly vet prescriptions and takes advantage of federal regulations to the detriment of consumers.
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Government pumps £348million into new schemes to improve local roads23h Updated Government pumps £348million into new schemes to improve local roads
The fund will be split in two - £198 million will be used to fix bridges, potholes and worn-out markings while the remaining £150 million will be put towards projects to help ease congestion on busy routes.
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Chinese tech shares leap up to 500% as Nasdaq-style market launches23h Chinese tech shares leap up to 500% as Nasdaq-style market launches
Star listing of domestic tech firms is seen as an attempt to sidestep US markets in trade war China’s tech scene was handed a fresh vote of confidence as investors piled into Shanghai’s new Nasdaq-style stock exchange and sent shares skyrocketing up to 500%. The launch of the so-called Star listing of domestic tech firms is seen as China’s answer to America’s Nasdaq, and an attempt to sidestep US markets in its
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Troubled High Street lender Metro Bank planning to sell £500m of debt to a major US hedge fund23h Updated Troubled High Street lender Metro Bank planning to sell £500m of debt to a major US hedge fund
The deal with Cerberus Capital Management, which could be announced on Wednesday according to Sky News, would boost the bank's capital position after a turbulent few months.
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How do I complain about a social care means tests assessment?23h How do I complain about a social care means tests assessment?
Some 212 challenges to care assessments reached the ombudsman between the start of April and early June this year.
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24h Avengers: Endgame overtakes Avatar as top box office movie of all time
The superheroes defeat the aliens as Avengers: Endgame becomes the highest-grossing film ever.
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Metro Bank confirms loan book sale talks24h Metro Bank confirms loan book sale talks
Troubled high street lender Metro Bank has confirmed that it is in talks "regarding the potential sale of a loan portfolio" - after details emerged of a possible deal with a major US hedge fund.
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24h California, Wary of More Wildfires, Is Paying for Them Already
Anxiety is running high over wildfires this summer, and over the precautionary power cuts that a big utility says will be necessary to prevent them.
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24h Aid budget to be used by International Trade Department
Part of the £14bn aid budget will be spent by Liam Fox's Department for International Trade.
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Whirlpool in recall of 500,000 fire-risk tumble dryers25h Whirlpool in recall of 500,000 fire-risk tumble dryers
Whirlpool has begun a recall of an estimated 500,000 tumble dryers over fire risk concerns - after it was ordered by the government to take action.
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Central banks are facing a lose-lose proposition | Mohamed El-Erian25h Central banks are facing a lose-lose proposition | Mohamed El-Erian
Unconventional policies may have staved off short-term economic collapse but they may not foster long-term growth In recent years, central banks have made a large policy wager. They bet that the protracted use of unconventional and experimental measures would provide an effective bridge to more comprehensive measures that would generate high inclusive growth and minimise the risk of financial instability. But central banks have repeatedly had to double down, in the process becoming increasingly aware of the growing risks to their credibility, effectiveness and political autonomy. Ironically, central bankers may now get a response from other policymaking entities, which, instead of helping to normalise their operations, would make their task a lot tougher.
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No prize for guessing this text message is a con25h No prize for guessing this text message is a con
It’s strictly a no win if you fall for one of these two ‘Tesco’ scams
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Batman and AT&T: A New Dynamic Duo?27h Updated Batman and AT&T: A New Dynamic Duo?
The Dark Knight, Wonder Woman and their Justice League compatriots are under new management at a time when the streaming wars are heating up and superheroes are more popular than ever.
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