November 23, 2021

Apple sues spyware company NSO Group over alleged iPhone hacking

Apple has filed a lawsuit against NSO Group, the private spyware company which has been accused of providing despotic regimes with the tools to hack into the mobile phones of their critics.
November 23, 2021

Chancellor’s Universal Credit changes come into force today – but charities issue warning

Universal Credit claimants will begin to be told how changes to the benefits system will bolster their incomes ahead of Christmas - but there are warnings that millions of families will still be worse off overall.
November 23, 2021

Football club-owners face new licensing regime in bid to avert future collapses

Professional football club-owners in England will be overseen by a new licensing regime forcing them to demonstrate fully-funded three-year business plans under proposals to be set out by a former sports minister this week.
November 23, 2021

Apple reveals Black Friday deals …but we’ve found better iPhone and AirPod discounts

APPLE will kickstart a limited-time deal on its iPhone, AirPods, iPad, AirPods and Mac range on Black Friday, the company has confirmed. But there are better deals already available on the most popular Apple devices, including a new low price for the A...
November 23, 2021

Apple AirPods Pro drop to lowest price you’ve ever seen in ace Amazon Black Friday deal

APPLE fans need to flock to Amazon as the AirPods Pro have dropped to a ludicrously low price ahead of Black Friday.
November 23, 2021

New Asda chair Lord Rose says appointment of chief executive is ‘board priority’

The new chairman of Asda, the retail grandee Lord Stuart Rose, has said that the appointment of a chief executive is a "priority" for the board.
November 23, 2021

Asda lines up Rose and Carnwath for boardroom roles

Two of Britain’s leading corporate figures are being appointed as directors of Asda, the supermarket chain, as its shareholders forge closer ties to the fuel retailer they also own.
November 23, 2021

Ryanair boss warns of bookings turbulence ahead as COVID haunts Christmas

Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary has warned of a "fraught period" ahead for airline bookings in Europe as a resurgence in coronavirus cases in many countries threatens consumer confididence.
November 23, 2021

Cheer for Pets at Home as sustained ownership boom lifts profits

Pets at Home has shrugged off supply chain headaches as a sustained rise in pet ownership over the past 18 months shows no signs of slowing - helping it deliver bumper sales and profits.
November 23, 2021

Lush quits Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Snapchat amid concerns over online harm

Cosmetics retailer Lush has removed itself from several social media sites, saying "now is the right time" to leave.
November 23, 2021

US, China and UK among nations joining forces in bid to ease oil prices

So bombarded are we now with talk of higher inflation, at least due in part to higher energy prices, it may have escaped some people's notice that the price of crude oil has been falling for most of the last month.
November 23, 2021

Bulb administrators line up auction for stricken energy company

A leading US investment bank is to be hired to find a buyer for Bulb, the stricken energy company, as it prepares to be placed into formal insolvency proceedings this week.