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1 - Experian: Credit agency told to stop sharing data without consent
2 - Coronavirus: People 'rediscovering books' as lockdown sales jump
3 - Coronavirus: 'Bosses should be more open-minded about hiring disabled people'
4 - Row over social media ad attacking Rishi Sunak's 'celebrity lifestyle'
5 - Home working reduces creative thought, says Bank economist
6 - Woolworths High Street 'relaunch' proves a hoax
7 - HSBC says it could charge for current accounts
8 - BP returns to profit but pandemic weighs on demand
9 - Turkish lira sinks amid Erdogan fury with allies
10 - Mobile networks banned from selling locked phones
11 - Jack Ma's Ant Group set for record $34bn market debut
12 - Uber sued by drivers over ‘automated robo-firing'
13 - Toymakers expect strong Christmas sales despite coronavirus
14 - Future of UK aerospace 'in doubt' without EU deal
15 - Post Office says a third of its cash machines will close
16 - BHS collapse: 'I was in charge of millions, then I had nothing'
17 - Wales lockdown: Tesco 'wrong' to say period products 'not essential'
18 - Rolls-Royce: Barnoldswick workers to strike over Singapore jobs move
19 - The explosive problem of 'zombie' batteries
20 - My Money: 'We haven't got Covid here yet'
21 - 'It feels so good to be back dancing'
22 - Covid: The 'impossible' businesses stuck in Tier 2 'zombie land'
23 - British-bred Royal Enfield speeding ahead in Asia
24 - The man who taught Uber how to say sorry
1 - Experian: Credit agency told to stop sharing data without consent

The millions of people whose data it is selling on must now be informed, says the UK watchdog.

10/27/2020 4:39:46 PM

2 - Coronavirus: People 'rediscovering books' as lockdown sales jump

The publisher Bloomsbury, best known for the Harry Potter titles, has seen profits rocket since March.

10/27/2020 11:27:56 AM

3 - Coronavirus: 'Bosses should be more open-minded about hiring disabled people'

Firms are reportedly hiring fewer disabled applicants amid concerns about supporting them properly.

10/27/2020 10:01:59 AM

4 - Row over social media ad attacking Rishi Sunak's 'celebrity lifestyle'

Tory MPs say the chancellor is being unfairly singled out in a video by a new pro-Labour campaign group.

10/27/2020 4:57:01 PM

5 - Home working reduces creative thought, says Bank economist

The Bank of England's Andy Haldane says people are less exposed to new experiences when working at home.

10/27/2020 10:05:35 AM

6 - Woolworths High Street 'relaunch' proves a hoax

The Twitter account @UKWoolworths, which now has more than 4,000 followers, misspelled the shop's name.

10/27/2020 2:08:55 PM

7 - HSBC says it could charge for current accounts

The bank says it is considering charging for basic bank services after its profits dived 35%.

10/27/2020 9:47:16 AM

8 - BP returns to profit but pandemic weighs on demand

Despite a "challenging environment", the oil giant says it is "performing while transforming".

10/27/2020 7:48:00 AM

9 - Turkish lira sinks amid Erdogan fury with allies

The lira hits a record low against the dollar amid jitters over Turkish regional ambitions.

10/27/2020 12:17:42 PM

10 - Mobile networks banned from selling locked phones

The watchdog Ofcom says the move should encourage more people to switch and save money.

10/27/2020 7:00:27 AM

11 - Jack Ma's Ant Group set for record $34bn market debut

The Chinese firm is set for the biggest stock market listing ever, beating Saudi Aramco's $29bn flotation.

10/27/2020 3:36:26 AM

12 - Uber sued by drivers over ‘automated robo-firing'

Uber drivers claim they were wrongly dismissed by an algorithm without a right to appeal.

10/26/2020 7:48:28 PM

13 - Toymakers expect strong Christmas sales despite coronavirus

The makers of Barbie dolls and games like Jenga are benefitting as parents spend on stay-at-home activities.

10/26/2020 3:37:09 PM

14 - Future of UK aerospace 'in doubt' without EU deal

UK aerospace will lose out to rivals without a deal on the mutual recognition of parts, says industry body.

10/26/2020 7:52:05 PM

15 - Post Office says a third of its cash machines will close

The move raises concerns that rural and deprived communities face being cut off from access to cash.

10/26/2020 10:20:24 AM

16 - BHS collapse: 'I was in charge of millions, then I had nothing'

Four years on from BHS's collapse, has the audit industry, criticised for not spotting problems, changed?

10/26/2020 12:02:40 AM

17 - Wales lockdown: Tesco 'wrong' to say period products 'not essential'

It had cordoned off the aisle after a break-in, but told a customer it was due to lockdown rules.

10/26/2020 6:31:51 PM

18 - Rolls-Royce: Barnoldswick workers to strike over Singapore jobs move

Moving some jobs to the Far East will "destroy the viability" of a Lancashire site, a union says.

10/26/2020 11:43:28 AM

19 - The explosive problem of 'zombie' batteries

Batteries that power mobile phones and other devices are causing fires because they are not disposed of properly.

10/26/2020 8:07:00 AM

20 - My Money: 'We haven't got Covid here yet'

Sian Williams from Indonesia takes us through her week during the coronavirus pandemic.

10/26/2020 12:02:49 AM

21 - 'It feels so good to be back dancing'

The world of ballroom dancing went online to cope with the pandemic restrictions, but what does the future hold?

10/23/2020 11:42:02 PM

22 - Covid: The 'impossible' businesses stuck in Tier 2 'zombie land'

The latest changes for Covid job support are not enough for some stuck in England's tier system.

10/24/2020 11:10:07 PM

23 - British-bred Royal Enfield speeding ahead in Asia

One of the world's oldest motorbike brands is expanding in Asia, the biggest market for two-wheelers.

10/24/2020 11:13:09 PM

24 - The man who taught Uber how to say sorry

Economist John List had a bad ride with Uber and never got an apology, so he showed them the best way to do it.

10/24/2020 8:57:19 AM

 

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