Apple is investigating a method developed by a Russian hacker that allow people to make fake in-app purchases in some apps downloaded from the iTunes App Store, a move that could undermine a significant number of apps' monetisation system.
Expectations were high when a Muslim woman from a North African background was made an instant star in France's new Socialist cabinet in May.
News publishers – this one included – are excited about the potential of smartphone and tablet apps as a new way to make money from subscriptions.
A hard-hitting US Senate investigation has concluded that HSBC, Europe's largest bank, ignored warning signs that its global operations were being used by money launderers and potential terrorists.
A former senior Barclays executive has justified his decision to order his staff to manipulate interest rates during the 2008 banking crisis because he believed he was acting on the instruction of the Bank of England.
Not good news.
Protiviti, a global consulting firm, has appointed Lindsay Dart as a managing director within its London office, where he will lead the UK Internal Audit and Financial Controls (IAFC) team.
The increasing use of social media by recruiters, direct hiring firms and jobseekers is having a profound impact on how people find jobs and jobs find people.
This is theatre with a big difference: a very different location and a very different theme. Not for anyone, I admit, but for people who want to experience a true story in true surroundings and to understand so much better what the Second World War really meant for Londoners, this is an excellent play.
A view on the intertwined chain of events involving John Terry, the England job, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.