The reason this app has privacy hawks screeching is simple: it grabs an enormous amount of personally identifiable information and private details about Facebook users for way too little in return. If
The Financial Conduct Authority says the British bank cut corners on financial crime checks and did not properly monitor a £1.9bn transaction carried out on behalf "politically exposed" ultra-rich clients
Alongside the fine, the FCA released a damning document setting out just what the case involved. The case, dating from the Bob Diamond era, involved creating a complex, £1.88 billion ($2.84 billion) fund
Railway operator will meet its 90% target if one in 200 trains run more quickly Railway operator Network Rail has narrowly missed its own punctuality target as more than one in 10 trains arrived late.
Amazon’s new bookstore in Seattle has been getting a lot of questions and criticism — but only from people who think there’s still a distinction between online and physical retail. Analysts who try to
FCA penalty brings bank’s fines to £500m since 2009 after its wealth management arm ignored its own processes in sensitive £1.9bn deal An “elephant deal” executed three years ago has cost Barclays £72m