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Denmark reports leak in gas pipeline in Baltic Sea

Denmark’s maritime authority says a gas leak dangerous to shipping traffic has been observed in a pipeline leading from Russia to Europe underneath the...

Markets in deep waters as pound reaches record lows

London UK financial markets took a hit today as investors worried that the country's largest tax cut in over a decade could send inflation soaring. The...

Germany nationalises country’s biggest gas importer Uniper

The German government has agreed to nationalise the country’s biggest gas importing company, Uniper. The move expands state intervention in the industry to prevent an...

Former Twitter security chief files whistleblower complaints

A former head of security at Twitter has filed whistleblower complaints with US officials, alleging the company misled regulators about its cybersecurity defences and...

Adidas looks for new boss as CEO prepares to step down next year

Adidas’ chief executive officer Kasper Rorsted will step down next year, the sports apparel maker said. The company has started looking for a successor. Mr Rorsted,...

Steve Jobs’ Apple-1 computer prototype auctioned for nearly $700,000

An authenticated Apple-1 Computer prototype from the mid-1970s has sold at auction for nearly $700,000 (€697,000). The prototype was used by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs...

Bitcoin Sees Another 7% Fall

Cryptocurrencies have had another sudden downturn with a fall on Friday plunging Bitcoin by a 7.7% fall to $21,404 making this a 3-week low....

Johnson & Johnson to end sales of baby powder with talc globally next year

Johnson & Johnson is pulling baby powder containing talc worldwide next year after it did the same in the US and Canada amid thousands...

Fuel price dips below four dollars in US for first time in five months

Fuel prices in the US dipped to just under the four dollar mark for the first time in more than five months. AAA said the...

Hungary fines Ryanair for raising ticket prices to cope with Covid recovery tax

Hungary has accused Ryanair of consumer protection violations and fined it more than £600,000 after the budget carrier raised ticket prices to cope with...

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