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News broke this weekend of an attack on a South Korean cryptocurrency exchange, sending the price of bitcoin and other altcoins spiralling. Coinrail confirmed the security breach in a tweet and later posted more details on their website. Hackers have reportedly stolen about 30 per cent of the coins traded...
Japanese retailer Muji may be the next company to leave the UK This week, YouGov compiled statistics on UK citizens who had changed their mind since the Brexit referendum. The results showed that over 2.6 million people have now jumped ship, and are abandoning their support of Brexit in favour...
Carillion, the second largest construction company in the UK, has been declared bankrupt. Carillion, the second largest construction company in the UK after Balfour Beatty, reported that the company went bankrupt in a statement made on its website. The company had been experiencing financial difficulties since the last year due to...
September 20th, 2018, it has been a busy day across the forex verticals and the potentiality of volatility remains high, as we are getting closer to the end of Q3. This quarter was not easy for USD, yet the currency was holding on to its April-May gains over most...
It looks like Facebook has more to worry about than its leaky data controls. Recent figures suggest that the social network is no longer dominating the crucial teenage market, with teen users going elsewhere for their social media fix. According to the Pew Research Centre, around 51 per cent...
As companies across Europe tighten up their processes ahead of the implementation of GDPR tomorrow, Facebook remains relatively sanguine on the subject of its infamous data breach. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a robust EU directive that dramatically restricts what information companies and organizations can gather about European...
Just as the GDPR emails are starting to peter out, a new law approved today is due to drastically change the way the internet functions – again. Article 13 was reintroduced on ‘GDPR Day’ in May, and today it faced the EU’s Legal Affairs Committee.  The legislation marginally passed...
The man who predicted the subprime mortgage crisis in 2008 has turned his oracular eye to Europe and the prognosis is not great. In an interview with Bloomberg Television, Steve Eisman seemed to recommend shorting Deutsche Bank. Speaking in his capacity as Neuberger Berman portfolio manager, he gave a damning...
Yesterday, Apple’s Senior VP of Software Engineering, Craig Federighi, addressed an auditorium of eager Apple fans at the World Wide Developers Conference 2018. On the auditorium screens, Federighi demonstrated one of the new features of the upcoming iOS 12: the ScreenTime feature. The app gives users data on how...
Almost 18 years ago, Google launched the first version of AdWords. Based on cookies and keywords, AdWords displays adverts, product listings, and videos on pages it expects to be relevant to a user. Starting off as a small side-project, AdWords is now Google’s main source of revenue: alongside DoubleClick...