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30 Aug
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Santander to extend claim deadline after IT problems

Santander has extended the deadline to allow people to file PPI complaints after the lender's website suffered some IT issues.

30 Aug
Google claims hackers implanted monitors on iPhones for years

Google researchers said hackers had been using compromised websites and software flaws to install “monitoring implants” on Apple iPhones for years.

30 Aug
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Tesla jumps after China grants purchase tax exemption on 16 models

Shares in Tesla were up on Friday after China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said that it would exempt 16 of the US car manufacturer's electric vehicle models from its purchase tax.

30 Aug
Uber and Lyft investing $90m to defeat gig worker protection legislation

Uber and Lyft have threatened to invest a combined $90. 0m in an attempt to stop a bill to defend gig worker’ rights known as AB5 that was set to pass in California, with other companies possibly set to join the effort.

29 Aug
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Huawei's next phone will not have access to Google apps

Huawei's Mate 30 smartphone will not have access to Google's popular apps including Maps and YouTube.

29 Aug
Forever 21 prepares for possible bankruptcy filing

Retailer Forever 21 is considering filing for bankruptcy as efforts to find additional financing have stalled and the firm is struggling to clinch a potential debtor-in possession loan.

29 Aug
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Tesla promises 30% lower rates with new insurance

Electric carmaker Tesla announced on Wednesday the launch of an insurance product that the company said would deliver rates as much as 30% lower than those of its competitors.

29 Aug
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Apple fires hundreds of workers hired to listen in on Siri

At least 300 Apple staff across Europe who were hired to listen in on Siri recordings to help detect errors have been laid off after the company announced the suspension of the programme.

29 Aug
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Irish Continental earnings per share slip as it faces geopolitical uncertainty

Ireland-based ferry and maritime transport company Irish Continental reported a 6. 1% improvement in its first-half revenue on Thursday, to €166. 8m (£151. 48m).

28 Aug
Former HSBC banker cleared in €1.6bn tax fraud case

A former executive from HSBC's private Swiss bank has been cleared three years after French authorities charged him with helping clients hide assets worth at least €1. 6bn (£1. 45bn).

28 Aug
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China is reportedly using Linkedin to hire spies overseas

Chinese spies have reportedly been using Linkedin to seek out recruits overseas, the New York Times reported on Tuesday.

28 Aug
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Purdue Pharma offers to settle lawsuits after meeting with state attorney generals

OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma and its multi-billionaire owners have offered to settle more than 2,000 lawsuits from US states and cities overnight.

28 Aug
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Johnson & Johnson hit with $572m fine in landmark ruling

Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson has been forced to pay $572m following a landmark ruling by an Oklahoma court that found it guilty of running a "false and dangerous" sales campaign that caused addiction and death.

27 Aug
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Deutsche Boerse offices raided by German prosecutors

Public prosecutors raided the offices of German market exchange operator Deutsche Boerse on Tuesday as part of an investigation into tax fraud.

27 Aug
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Papa John's selects Arby's Rob Lynch as new CEO

Papa John's has appointed Arby's boss Rob Lynch as its new chief executive officer as part of its latest attempt to try and turn the chain around, the company revealed on Tuesday morning.

27 Aug
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Philip Morris and Altria confirm merger talks

Tobacco companies Altria and Philip Morris International confirmed on Tuesday that they are in talks about a potential all-stock merger of equals.

27 Aug
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Farfetch says not buying US department store chain Barneys

Online retailer Farfetch said on Tuesday that it is not looking to buy struggling US department store chain Barneys.

27 Aug
Total opens 1,000th solar-powered petrol station

Total inaugurated its 1,000th ‘solarised’ service station powered by solar panels on Tuesday, with the company describing the rooftop solar systems at the Totale Palmeraie retail outlet in Marrakesh, Morocco, as a “milestone” in its programme to ‘solarise’ certain of its service stations worldwide, which began in late 2016.

26 Aug
KFC partners with Beyond Meat to test vegan ‘chicken’

Beyond Meat and KFC announced a partnership on Monday to test fried plant-based nuggets and boneless wings from the Beyond Fried Chicken range at one KFC branch in Atlanta.

26 Aug
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Aircraft production fell 24% globally after Boeing crashes

The ADS (Aerospace, Defence, Security & Space Group) cut the 2019 deliveries forecast for airplanes due to the Boeing 737 Max crashes and said that no-deal was making things worse.