Privacy issues emerge as major business risk for Facebook

SAN FRANCISCO/ FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Facebook faces substantial business risks from new European Union privacy rules set to take effect in May, a looming reality that came into stark relief over the weekend with revelations that a controversial political


Finsbury Food profits up despite butter and eggs price spike

Aim-listed bread and cake baker Finsbury Food Group has posted a rise in underlying profits despite being clobbered by higher labour and ingredient costs.


Apple Makes A Smart Move By Developing Its Own Display Components

Apple is reportedly taking steps to design and manufacture its own display components for the first time, as it looks to reduce its dependence on suppliers such as Samsung Electronics, while keeping its component costs in check.


How a single click costs charities £600million a year (or could make you 25% more generous)

You shouldn't pay tax on any money you give to charity - and there's a remarkably simple way to make sure you don't


Cost of running a car increases by more than a third for poorest families, research finds

Motoring typically accounts for around a quarter of the maximum weekly spend for the poorest car-owning families


'I forget my PE kit deliberately' - the boys who hate sport

Some teenage boys avoid PE at all costs - even if it means a detention


How Trump's steel tariffs may hit your wallet

Trump’s tariffs will soon take effect. Economist Lindsay Piegza explains the hidden costs of tariffs.

United Kingdom

Wetherspoons boss blames Jamie Oliver for coming sugar tax price hikes

THE boss of JD Wetherspoon has hit out at Jamie Oliver over a sugar tax the celebrity chef largely won’t pay. The levy comes in next month — just as the pub chain faces rising costs including wages. Chairman Tim Martin said: “Jamie Oliver’s sugar


Free lotteries, premium bonds and other ways you can win cash prizes while spending nothing

STRUGGLING families are increasingly turning to free lotteries, prize draws and competitions in a bid to win extra cash, a Sun investigation reveals. The shift towards free-to-enter draws comes as household budgets are being squeezed by rising living cost


Boeing's struggling Air Force tanker program now has more problems

U.S. Air Force photo/Jet Fabara Additional high-profile problems have cropped up with the Air Force's new tanker, the KC-46 Pegasus. They add to other issues that have plagued the program, which is being developed by Boeing. Boeing has already incurred b


3 Factors That Drive Performance In Your Portfolio

Here are three factors that drive performance in your portfolio: beta exposure, low costs and tax management.

Life & Style

We tried the Costco pizza that people are crazy about — here's the verdict (COST)

Costco is one of the largest pizza retailers in the country. A slice costs $1.99, and a full pizza costs $9.95.  It's a decent pizza considering the context — and the deal alone makes it more than worth it.  Costco is one of the largest


Find out exactly how much YOUR car will cost you in fuel, insurance and repairs

BRITS underestimate car costs by almost £800 a year, according to a new study. Drivers reckon a motor will cost them £1,494 a year but in reality it’s £2,264 – a staggering 52 per cent more. The hidden costs of how much you actually spend o


Disney World hotels to charge for overnight parking

Overnight parking will now be an added fee after previously being free for guests.        


Refugees Like Me Are Going Without Food To Pay The Legal Costs Of Reuniting With Family

This morning I woke up crying at 5am – I dreamt that my family were still in Cameroon.  Today I am lucky to have my wife and five children safely in the UK with me, but for a long time this wasn’t the case.My family originates from Camero


How to avoid extra costs that can come with an auto lease

If you're considering leasing instead of buying, make sure you understand how to minimize the cost of the agreement.


China is ready for a trade war with the US — and it could hurt Americans

The Chinese are prepared for a trade war with the U.S., according to an expert on U.S.-China relations.


Amazon Japan offices raided over anti-trust suspicions

The firm is suspected of asking suppliers to bear costs for selling products at discounted rates, reports say.

United Kingdom

Gordon Ramsay’s shamed father-in-law faces going bust after legal costs of £2million

THE disgraced father-in-law of chef Gordon Ramsay faces going bust. Chris Hutcheson, 69, is in talks with creditors. A High Court bankruptcy hearing was yesterday adjourned to May. Hutcheson got six months’ jail last June after admitting hacking the che


Tax-free childcare vs childcare vouchers – which one should parents use?

CHILDCARE costs in the UK are among the most expensive in the world, but there is a new government scheme that parents can take advantage of to cut costs. Tax-free childcare will eventually replace the voucher system and the government claims it could sa


Exclusive: Shocking number of retired greyhounds being put down because no viable home for them

Nearly 350 retiring greyhounds were killed last year because a suitable home could not be found for them, or because the costs of treating them were deemed too high, The Telegraph can reveal.


Morrisons profits jump despite cost rises

The UK's fourth-biggest supermarket chain sees profits and revenues rise despite rising costs.

Life & Style

'China's Great Wall of Debt' Review: The Chinese Growth Charade

Ghost cities, shadow banks, white-elephant state projects: The country’s pursuit of growth at all costs may come at a high price. Mara Hvistendahl reviews ‘China’s Great Wall of Debt’ by Dinny McMahon.

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