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YouTube faces paying billions to music stars after copyright vote  Online platforms may need to seek licences for videos after European parliament action
Central bankers play waiting game with low inflation here to stay  Officials meeting in Sintra are trying to solve the riddle of low price pressures
Solicitor Victoria Gethin appointed Head of Family and Divorce Law at Stephensons  Specialist family solicitor, Victoria Gethin, has been appointed Head of Family and Divorce Law at the national law firm, Stephensons.
European shares enjoy timid rebound  Investors remain wary as trade tensions stalk markets
Are we in for a beer shortage this summer?  Why beer, fizzy drinks and meat could be in short supply this summer in the UK.
FAANGs power Nasdaq to record high; Dow remains under pressure  (Reuters) - The Nasdaq hit a record on Wednesday as Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet touched all-time highs, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average struggled ...
At OPEC Meeting, U.S. Pressure Frays Uneasy Agreement  Cooperation between several longtime rivals has helped increase oil prices in recent months. But that coordination now looks to be at risk.
Ross blames speculators for driving up steel price after tariffs  US commerce secretary to investigate ‘anti-social behaviour by people in the industry’
Boeing targets 2025 for new jet but won't rush decision  PARIS (Reuters) - The head of Boeing jetliner sales said on Wednesday he was confident a possible new mid-market jet with the potential to carve out new routes would be...
Superdrug launch 20% student discount with valid student card - and it lasts all month  Students can save on beauty, skincare and health items from Superdrug until 3 July with a valid student card
Poundworld to start 'closing down' sales  Administrators say that no stores are "definitely closing" and the search for a buyer continues.
U.S. court revives Dr Pepper challenge to Coca-Cola 'zero' drinks  (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court on Wednesday revived Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc's challenge to Coca-Cola Co's effort to register trademarks for soft...
Panama Papers: Inside the fall of Mossack Fonseca  A second leak of internal documents reveals panic, chaos that marked the beginning of the end of the “Panama Papers” firm
Britain Holds Up China Aerospace Deal Over National Security  In delaying the proposed takeover, British officials appear worried that even a small supplier to Airbus and Boeing could have national security implications.
Poundworld declares a closing down sale  Poundworld has started a closing down sale across its entire estate of shops - but says it still hopes to survive.
Holiday park company leads the way in electric vehicle charging points  A holiday park company has installed four electric car charging points to ensure holidaymakers can get home and travel around the region in their...
SoftBank/Vision Fund: star warts  In terms of investment choices, the risk is that Mr Son is less Yoda and more Jar Jar Binks
Tesla sues former worker for hacking  Tesla says it has suffered "significant" damages as a result of the alleged theft.
Former Anglo Irish Bank boss jailed for six years for fraud  The former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank has been jailed for six years for inflating the failing bank's balance sheet.
How a Few People Took Equifax to Small Claims Court Over Its Data Breach and Won  After 145 million Americans’ financial information was exposed last year, some of them won cases against the credit reporting agency in local...
Deutsche Bank to pay $205 million to settle NY currency rigging charges  (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank AG has agreed to pay a fine of $205 million for violations of New York's banking laws, the state's department of...
Blackrock Hospital shareholder could face restriction on bringing legal actions  Dr Joseph Sheehan told of filter for litigants who monopolise scarce court resources
Teradata sues Germany's SAP, alleging it stole trade secrets  FRANKFURT (Reuters) - SAP SE , Europe's most valuable technology company, was sued on Wednesday by U.S. company Teradata , which accused it of stealing trade...
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