• Dixons Carphone Admits Last Year's Hack Was Bigger Than it Realised
Dixons Carphone Admits Last Year's Hack Was Bigger Than it Realised

However, no bank details were taken and it had found no evidence that fraud had resulted from the breach. We are continuing to keep the relevant authorities updated. Commenting on the announcement Kaspersky Lab principal security researcher David Emm said: "The news this morning that up to 10 million customers were affected by this data breach is a...

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  • RBI monetary policy: Repo rate hiked by 25 bps
RBI monetary policy: Repo rate hiked by 25 bps

Attention will now turn to the press conference held by Governor Carney at 12.30 p.m. BST (7.30 a.m. ET) in which he will discuss the reasons for the bank's hike, as well as the broader economic picture in the United Kingdom as the country heads towards Brexit.

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  • Tyson Foods, Inc. (NYSE:TSN) CEO Sells 20,202 Shares of Stock
Tyson Foods, Inc. (NYSE:TSN) CEO Sells 20,202 Shares of Stock

In order to gain profit from stock trading require knowledge about stock research and analysis. At the end of March reporting period, 335 institutional holders increased their position in Tyson Foods , Inc. The company's beta value is at 0.07. Beta factors measures the amount of market risk associated with market trade. Now TSN has RSI rea...

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  • Nothing neutral about August policy of Reserve Bank of India
Nothing neutral about August policy of Reserve Bank of India

The latest policy decision could translate into higher equated monthly instalments (EMIs) for home, auto and other loans, if the banks pass on the burden to borrowers. "We think the bank wants to raise rates in a gradual way and that would be consistent with the next one in February", he said. The apex bank has, however, retained its "neutral" stan...

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  • Huawei dislodges Apple as number two smartphone maker
Huawei dislodges Apple as number two smartphone maker

It's the third straight quarter showing a year-over-year decline in smartphone shipments - and the first time in eight years Apple hasn't been the number one or two smartphone company in terms of market share. Chinese smartphone makers have been gaining influence as their domestic market grows and they expand overseas. After having maintained a s...

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  • Durex Recalls Condoms Over Fears They Could Split Or Burst During Use
Durex Recalls Condoms Over Fears They Could Split Or Burst During Use

The brand posted a warning on its website, with details about the 10 affected batches : if you have purchased Real Feel or latex-free condoms with expiry dates between December 2020 and February 2021 you might be affected. The company's six, 12 and 18-packs of "Real Feel" and latex-free condoms failed to pass tests of their burst pressure as they ...

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  • Trump administration ups ante in trade fight with China
Trump administration ups ante in trade fight with China

We were particularly heartened that Trump and the Europeans now have a handshake agreement to aim for zero tariffs on both sides of the Atlantic. Lighthizer added that "instead of changing its harmful behavior, China has illegally retaliated against U.S.

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  • TSA Confirms Program That Tracks Civilians Who Are Not On Watchlists
TSA Confirms Program That Tracks Civilians Who Are Not On Watchlists

If so, there's a chance that federal air marshals have reported you under a previously undisclosed program called " Quiet Skies ". Forget yesterday's news. Additionally, people are also screened for any affiliations with possible terrorists. However, sources within the agency tell ABC News marshals not only follow passengers in flight, but also o...

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  • China says U.S. ‘blackmail’ won’t work, warns of retaliation on tariffs
China says U.S. ‘blackmail’ won’t work, warns of retaliation on tariffs

Trump initially threatened to levy 10 percent on an additional $200 billion but that figure may now rise to 25 percent, sources told the Washington Post and Bloomberg . China has already complained to the World Trade Organization about the 10% tariff plan. Washington is preparing to also impose tariffs on an extra $16 billion of goods in...

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  • Rate hike shows RBI committed to bring inflation to 4%: Bankers
Rate hike shows RBI committed to bring inflation to 4%: Bankers

It may be noted that the central bank raised repo rate by 25 bps to 6.25 per cent in June, marking the first hike by the MPC in the last four years. The repo rate has been hiked from 6.25 per cent to 6.5 per cent. "Uncertainty around domestic inflation needs to be carefully monitored in the coming months", the central bank said while increasing i...

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  • Tesla posts record $717 million net loss in second quarter
Tesla posts record $717 million net loss in second quarter

Electric auto manufacturer Tesla posted its biggest loss in company history in the second quarter, booking a net loss of $717.5 million, according to multiple media reports . The stock has slumped 19 per cent since a 2018 high of $370.73 in June . "In July 2018, Model 3 not only had the #1 market-share position in its segment in the USA, it...

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  • USA sanctions Turkish officials over pastor's detention
USA sanctions Turkish officials over pastor's detention

Wednesday's measures block the two ministers' assets in the U.S. and prohibits American citizens from "engaging in transactions with them". In a statement announcing the sanctions, the US Department of the Treasury said Gul and Soylu are the leaders of organisations that have engaged in "serious human rights abuse".

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  • Govt bonds rally after BOJ vows to keep rates 'very low'
Govt bonds rally after BOJ vows to keep rates 'very low'

USD/JPY analysis: will the BOJ dare to change its monetary policy? "It's a hard balancing act and the central bank will need to get its messaging right", Bank of New Zealand senior markets strategist Jason Wong said in a note. "There was no major policy scheme change but the main part of the policy announcement was the BOJ's response to a declin...

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  • Several Trader Joe's products due to possible parasite
Several Trader Joe's products due to possible parasite

All of the items identified in the new USDA report contained beef, pork and/or chicken - but it is the lettuce that officials are anxious about. The products recalled from Trader Joe's include the Caesar salad with chicken, tarragon chicken salad wrap and the Chinese inspired salad with chicken.

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  • Loans to get costlier as RBI hikes repo rate again
Loans to get costlier as RBI hikes repo rate again

Which brings one to the important question of whether EMIs (equated monthly installments) on home, auto, personal and other loans are set to go up, now that the central bank has hiked key policy rates. RBI had increased rate by 25 bps in the previous policy review after four-and-a-half years. "Even as inflation projections for Q2 have been revi...

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  • JLR posts loss amid weak demand for some models
JLR posts loss amid weak demand for some models

The Jaguar Land Rover , which is usually responsible for close to 90 percent of Tata Motors' revenue incurred a loss of 210 million pounds. "Despite these challenges we remain committed to deliver the planned margins we outlined earlier this year and appreciate the urgency to address our challenges with speed", he said.

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  • Huawei Overtakes Apple In Smartphone Sales For The First Time
Huawei Overtakes Apple In Smartphone Sales For The First Time

Apple falls into the #3 spot, with Huawei at #2 and Samsung holding fast to #1. Huawei became the world's number two smartphone vendor, a long sought-after milestone for the company, after it shipped 54 million handsets, up 41 per cent year on year, Canalys said in a report on Wednesday.

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  • Uber discontinues its self-driving truck program
Uber discontinues its self-driving truck program

Global cab-hailing platform Uber has stopped developing self-driving trucks as the programme was no longer competitive in the freight shipping industry, the company announced. The company plans to shift employees now focused on self-driving trucks to other parts of its self-driving technology programs. The company's autonomous driving division ha...

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  • MoviePass Announces Major Changes to Service; Will Black Out New Releases
MoviePass Announces Major Changes to Service; Will Black Out New Releases

MoviePass chief executive Mitch Lowe made the announcement at a company meeting Monday, amplifying a letter he wrote to subscribers on Friday. MoviePass took another step toward the abyss Monday, announcing that some of the biggest summer movies won't be available on the service as the company continues to suffer a massive cash crunch.

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  • IPhones and Apple services fueled the company's biggest Q3 ever
IPhones and Apple services fueled the company's biggest Q3 ever

The company said sales for its fiscal fourth quarter, which would include early sales of its latest devices, would be between $60 and $62 billion. Shares of Apple jumped Tuesday after the company posted better-than-expected earnings for its fiscal third quarter and forecast revenue for the current period would be higher than analyst expectations....

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