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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

House Republicans just voted to let your internet provider sell your browsing history with...

In a 215-205 vote today, Republican congressional representatives overwhelmingly voted in favor of repealing broadband privacy rules established by the Federal Communications Commission. Until today,...

The Morning Brew: Coca-Cola operations clogged with human waste at Ireland plant

An investigation has been launched after 'human waste' was found in Coca-Cola cans at a factory in Northern Ireland. Police were called after reports that a consignment had been contaminated at a fac...

TOP NEWS: Stagecoach Revenue Growth Slows In UK Bus Businesses

Shares in Perth-based Stagecoach moved ahead early after the public transport giant said it was on track to meet financial expectations for the year. In a market update, the group said its expectatio...

Laptop ban is ‘not acceptable’, says head of global airline group

MONTREAL – U.S. and British bans on electronic devices don't improve airplane security and raise doubts about the credibility of the entire global security system, the head of the International Air T...

Channel 4 could be forced to give up its iconic £96 million London headquarters

Channel 4 has warned that forcing it to move outside of London “would be highly damaging” after the Government announced the broadcaster will remain publicly owned, but faces being relocated. How it ...

TOP NEWS: On ‘Brexit Day’, EU Blocks Merger Of LSE And Deutsche Boerse

European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager gives a press conference in Brussels, Belgium on Mar. 29, 2017. Author. Irene Kostaki By Irene Kostaki Journalist, New Europe. Up Next. Nancy ...

BlackRock bets on robots to improve Its stock picking

The world's largest fund manager is to rely more on the judgment of robots than people when making its decisions on which stocks to buy and sell, The Wall Street Journal reports. BlackRock, which man...

FTSE steadies as ‘Trump tantrum’ calms

Global stock markets and the dollar tumbled as investors fretted over whether Donald Trump will be able to deliver the economic reforms he plans in the US. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed dow...

Sterling steady on eve of Article 50 trigger

UK Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday held her first meeting with Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon since blocking Scotland's bid for a second independence referendum. Theresa May and Nicol...

Theresa May heads to Scotland for Sturgeon talks before triggering Article 50

The Prime Minister arrives in Scotland as part of her tour of the UK ahead of triggering Brexit and armed with a determination not to bow to SNP demands for a 2018 referendum. Share. ByTorcuil Cricht...

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos faces a bidding war with a Middle East billionaire

FILE PHOTO: An Amazon.com Inc driver stands next to an Amazon delivery truck in Los Angeles, California, U.S., May 21, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/File Photo. 1/3. left. right. The logo of Souq.com ...

M&S milk supplier breaks UK animal welfare law by keeping calves locked in small, soli...

Animal Equality has today released footage from a UK dairy farm flouting animal welfare laws which ban solitary housing for calves beyond eight weeks old. The Dorset farm supplies milk to M&S. Th...

Pret a Manger to open second veggie branch with vegan macaroni cheese and chocolate browni...

After initially opening as a one-month trial, Pret's veggie pop-up has not only stuck around as a permanent fixture in Soho, but is now getting a new meat-free sister shop in Shoreditch. That's right...

Virgin Atlantic sees Brexit-linked financial loss on horizon

Virgin Atlantic is focusing on Manchester as a major UK hub, as the airline looks to bring more tourists to parts of the UK other than London. The airline has launched new routes from Manchester to B...

UK builder Redrow walks away from Bovis bid

London shares have moved higher after yesterday's sell-off that followed US President Donald Trump's failure to usher a Republican health-care reform bill through a seemingly friendly Congress. Overn...

Where can I find a new £1 coin in Nottingham?

The new 12-sided £1 coin enters into circulation from 28th March 2017. Find out all the details on the new style and the future of the old “round pound.” March 27, 2017. New 12-Sided £1 Coin replaces...

Major Tesco shareholders oppose £3.7bn Booker takeover

Tesco chief executive Dave Lewis has said that the retailer is “absolutely, completely committed” to the deal to acquire wholesaler Booker, after the Financial Times reported that two senior sharehol...

Coca-Cola investigating ‘human waste’ claims

The Coca-Cola Company (KO) stock price escalated 0.47% to finalize at $42.32 throughout previous buying and selling session. A total of 12.38 million shares exchanged at hands and its average trading...

UK roads in terminal decline, according to new survey

ITV News Anglia viewers have named roads around the region that they say are riddled with potholes. This year's Annual Local Authority Road Maintenance Survey estimates £855 million pounds is needed ...

Tesla Model 3 Production Lower, Price Higher (A Lot): Morgan Stanley Analyst

Tesla founder and Space X boss Elon Musk has launched a company called Neuralink Corp. The company is looking at a 'Neural link' device where computers could possibly merge with human brains, reporte...