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'Wild West' Bitcoin 'should be regulated'
Digital currencies pose a "litany of risks" and investors have little protection, says an MPs' committee.
Millions overcharged for mobile contracts
Citizens Advice says many consumers are still charged for smartphones even after they are paid off.
Qantas mulls plane gyms as prepares for 20-hour flights
The Australian airline wants to launch non-stop flights between London and Sydney by 2022.
The weird and wonderful life of Elon Musk
Elon Musk has found success with PayPal and Tesla - and has a colourful private life to match.
SeaWorld and ex-boss to pay $5m to settle fraud claim
The marine park misled investors over the impact of the documentary Blackfish, the US regulator says.
Facebook accused of job ad gender discrimination
Women in three US states were allegedly not shown job ads for certain "male-dominated professions".
Apple pays disputed Irish tax bill
The tech giant has paid ?14bn, that the European Commission ruled it owed due to illegal tax breaks.
China hits back at Trump with tariffs on $60bn of US goods
The measures come after the US imposed tariffs on $200bn of Chinese imports.
Tesla provides documents in DoJ probe
The electric-car firm says it has received "a voluntary" request for documents.
Why do billionaires want to own the news?
Salesforce founder's purchase of Time magazine is the latest example of moguls buying news outlets.

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BT chief executive Gavin Patterson to step down later this year
The telecoms giant said broader reaction to its recent results signalled a need for change.
Business and union concern over universities
Employers and unions have added their voices to calls for an urgent Government response to the higher education funding crisis that sees universities continue their slide on international rankings this week.
Whitbread may eye sale of either Costa or Premier
Britain’s Whitbread is open to selling its Costa coffee chain or Premier Inn hotels and abandoning its original plan to spin-off the coffee business, according to a new executive pay scheme circulated to shareholders.
Irish stores avoid cull at crisis-hit House of Fraser
House of Fraser stores in Dublin and Belfast have escaped the cull that will see 31 of the department chain’s outlets close in Britain with the loss of 6,000 jobs — the latest wound in the UK high street crisis that has seen consumers turn away from traditional shopping.
Bulmers maker C&C increases bosses? pay by 15%
Drinks group C&C paid its executive directors a combined €2.53m last year, an increase of almost 15% on the previous year.
Google faces EU fine of ?2.4bn over Android phones
Google is expected to be hit with a second EU competition fine in mid-July for using its dominant Android mobile operating system to squeeze out rivals, according to three sources.
Optimism over economy is real and very positive
In the midst of some signs of an easing of eurozone growth so far in 2018, it is interesting to observe that almost all data releases are providing a very upbeat assessment of what is happening in the Irish economy.
Increase in top earners at aviation authority
Half of all the people working at the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) now earn over €100,000, according to its accounts.
Beef Open Day beckons
The short-term outlook for beef prices in 2018 are good, but there will be significant challenges in the medium term around Brexit, CAP reform and climate change.
Mixed finish for US stocks as energy rises and tech drops
Some stocks that have struggled lately, including utilities, finished with gains.