Technology

SEC hands down $35 million fine in Yahoo hack

The SEC announced a $35 million penalty for the company formerly known as Yahoo for not disclosing a hack to investors.

Football

Panathinaikos banned from European football for three years by Uefa over unpaid debts

As well as missing out on European club football for the next three seasons, the club must also pay a 100,000 euros (£88,000) fine that was originally suspended

Celebrity

Ant McPartlin epic comeback following drink drive scandal predicted by media expert

Ant McPartlin will be loved again, says media expert [ITV/BBC] Ant McPartlin will be loved by the public once more – despite being arrested for crashing his Mini in Richmond, London, while intoxicated, according to a media expert. The disgra

Finance

The remains of Yahoo just got hit with a $35 million fine because it didn't tell investors about Russian hacking (AABA)

In 2014, Yahoo was hacked by a state-sponsored actor identified as Russia. Investors didn't learn about the incident until 2016. The US Securities and Exchange Commission fined Altaba, the holding company that owns the remains of Yahoo, to settle accusati

Africa

Egypt to fine people who pester tourists

Law clamping down on people pushing services and trinkets aims to protect valuable but fragile tourism industry For some tourists at Egypt’s renowned archeological sites, being hectored to buy pieces of parchment, a camel ride or an alabaster statue is

Space

Dark Photons Probably Don't Exist, and If They Did, They'd Be Super Weird

A measurement of the fine structure constant puts significant limitations on the existence of these dark partners to ordinary light particles.

Top News

Woman carried her in-flight snack off the plane and it cost her $500

An apple and an honest mistake have saddled one Delta passenger with a $500 fine and a big bureaucratic headache.

Business

TSB could face fine for system outage and potential data breach

TSB could be in line for a hefty fine after a botched system upgrade left customers unable to use online and mobile banking services for a fourth day and sparked fears of a data breach.

Cars

How using your mobile phone in the PASSENGER seat could land you a £200 fine and six penalty points

MOTORISTS could be slapped with a fine for using their mobile phone in the car – and they don’t even have to be driving. Brits can actually receive the same £200 fine and six penalty points for using their mobile phone while supervising a lea

United Kingdom

Majority of people believe UK government should fine Facebook after data scandal, poll reveals

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 19.0px Times; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000} span.s1 {font-kerning: none} According to the exclusive polling for The Independent, 60 per cent of respondents agreed with the statement that Facebook should be fine

MotoGP

Rossi says Austin track condition a "disaster"

Following complaints of severe bumps by riders last year, the Austin venue used diamond-grinder trucks to try and smooth out the track ahead of this year's MotoGP round.However, the consensus among riders has been that these efforts have failed, with the

Sport

Warriors Star Kevin Durant 'Fine' After Rolling Ankle In Game 3 Win Against Spurs

Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant, who twisted his ankle in Game 3 of the NBA Playoffs against San Antonio Spurs on Thursday night, told reporters he doesn't plan to miss the team's next match on Sunday. The 29-year-old exited the game with just

Business

Why This Hotel In Bangkok May Be The Next Epicenter Of Michelin Restaurants

A decade ago The New York Times and Time Magazine questioned the merits of making Thailand a fine dining destination. Following Michelin's first ever guide covering Bangkok last year, one hotel wants to make itself the home to the most Michelin stars in t

World

Tourists face up to €10,000 fine for urinating in Renaissance loggia, as Florence braces for summer onslaught

Tourists caught urinating in the street in Florence have been hit with fines of up to 10,000 euros (£8,750) each as Italy vows to crack down on anti-social behaviour by visitors this summer.

Africa

Fifa fines after BBC player-trafficking story

Fifa imposes a fine on the Lao Football Federation for trafficking African youngsters with the help of information supplied by BBC Sport.

Business

Barclays: Can whistleblowers be confident after City watchdogs issue warning notice to CEO Staley ahead of possible fine?

Regulators did not find he "that he acted with a lack of integrity or that he lacks fitness and propriety to continue to perform his role" over attempt to out a whistleblower

Finance

The CEO of Barclays is being fined for trying to unmask an anonymous whistleblower

Barclays CEO facing fine from FCA and PRA over his attempts to identify 2016 whistleblower. The FCA and PRA will monitor Barclay's whistleblowing programme going forward. The decisions bring the regulators' year-long investigation into the incident to a c

World

British regulators to fine Barclays CEO, monitor whistleblowing program

Barclays will now be required to report to U.K. financial regulators on certain aspects of their whistleblowing programs.

Business

Barclays CEO Jes Staley facing fine over whistleblower incident

City watchdogs say he broke rules of conduct in his attempts to identify 2016 whistleblowerBarclays’ chief executive, Jes Staley, is facing a financial penalty for an alleged breach of conduct after City watchdogs completed an investigation into the ban

Business

Wells Fargo nears $1 billion settlement for loan abuses: source

(Reuters) - Wells Fargo & Co is close to settling a record fine of $1 billion imposed by two U.S. regulators for its risk management business, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Thursday.

United States

Wells Fargo said to be target of $1 billion US fine

Federal regulators are poised to impose a $1 billion penalty on Wells Fargo for a variety of alleged misdeeds, the New York Times reports.

Asia

There's 'tremendous' potential for city planning in the Middle East, says infrastructure exec

The Middle East has been forward-looking when it comes to unusual property developments, says Wong Heang Fine.

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