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TSB could face fine for system outage and potential data breach
TSB could be in line for a hefty fine after a botched system upgrade left customers unable to use online and mobile banking services for a fourth day and sparked fears of a data breach.
The Telegraph Published: 24/04/18
Geopolitical storms threaten $100 oil as US shale struggles to plug the gap
The world risks a full-blown oil shock within months as three geostrategic crises come to the boil and Saudi Arabia starts to whisper about $100 crude, setting off a speculative scramble by commodity hedge funds.
The Telegraph Published: 24/04/18
Troubled Capita looks to raise £1bn as annual losses rocket
Capita has launched a plan to raise at least £1bn as part of an ambitious new strategy to turn the business around after its latest results showed that it made a £513m loss last year.
The Telegraph Published: 23/04/18
After Brexit, the UK should explore the ‘Commonwealth advantage’
In 1973, when the UK decided to join what we now call the EU, for many British people the fate of our ties with the Commonwealth figured large.
The Telegraph Published: 23/04/18
Ending the graduate boom would help society
It slipped under the radar, but the UK has almost hit Tony Blair’s 1999 university pledge.
The Telegraph Published: 20/04/18
Japanese giant Takeda faces uphill battle to buy drug maker Shire after £42bn bid rejected
Japanese drug maker Takeda faces an uphill battle to acquire Irish rival Shire after a £42.
The Telegraph Published: 20/04/18
Angela Merkel to back eurozone bailout fund in sign of greater integration
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is set to lend her backing to a eurozone bailout fund, modelled on the world’s lender of last resort, the International Monetary Fund.
The Telegraph Published: 19/04/18
Sellers forced to cut asking prices by £25k as housing market cools. Where are the biggest falls occurring?
The subdued state of the UK housing market is resulting in homeowners accepting offers well below asking price, with 32pc of properties currently on the market having been marked down.
The Telegraph Published: 19/04/18
Low wages are causing public to lose faith in governments, IMF warns
People are losing faith in the ability of their governments to set economies on a sustainable path and to spread the benefits of wealth, according to a new report from the International Monetary Fund.
The Telegraph Published: 18/04/18
Facebook quietly stopped apps from harvesting users' private data just two weeks ago
Facebook exposed private friend lists to app developers without their knowledge until two weeks ago, despite claiming to have blocked the service three years ago.
The Telegraph Published: 18/04/18

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