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New Cyberattack Spreads in Europe, Russia and US
Several companies have been affected by the Petya cyberattack, including, from left, Rosneft, the Russian energy giant; Merck, a pharmaceutical company; and Maersk, a shipping company.
Cyber attack hits global businesses and Ukraine government  Financial Times
Cyberattack using data-scrambling software causes disruptions in Europe  Los Angeles Times
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Google fine: EU is not waging underhand trade war against US tech firms
The European commission has fined Google €2.4bn for abusing search engine dominance. Photograph: Walter Bieri/EPA. Google · Nils Pratley on finance.
Google case shows how Europe is still playing catch-up  Financial Times
Google Faces Years of EU Oversight on Top of Record Antitrust Fine  U.S. News & World Report
Singhsbury's store becomes Morrisinghs after legal threat
Morrisinghs in West Allotment, North Tyneside. Supermarket giant Morrisons appears to be OK with the new name of the store. Photograph: PA.
Singhsbury's renamed Morrisinghs after Sainsbury's 'legal row'  BBC News
Stockton shop owner changed his store's name from Singhsbury's... to ...  Gazette Live
FTSE 100 closes lower as cyber-attack hits Europe; Brexit worries
The UK benchmark closed down around 12 at 7,434, while the more UK focused index the FTSE 250 closed 157 lower at 19,526. It comes as the Ukraine and other European companies have been hit by a cyber attack .
UK banks ordered to hold more capital as consumer debt surges  The Guardian
Bank of England focuses on UK banks' exposure to consumer credit  Financial Times
REVEALED: Worst places for broadband in UK - do you live in these notorious ...
THE worst places for broadband in the UK have been revealed following new tests for internet speeds in Britain. By Dion Dassanayake Dion Dassanayake.
Local authorities not up to speed with fast broadband delivery  The Guardian
Starting a business in the UK? You'll need to know where the slowest and ...  Startups.co.uk
Cash 'lives on' after 50 years of ATMs
Cash will remain a part of our day-to-day lives for decades, the Bank of England's chief cashier has said on the 50th anniversary of the ATM.
The humble cash machine is half a century old - here are 50 fascinating ATM ...  Mirror.co.uk
The hole in the wall machine is 50 years old today  WalesOnline
On trip into sea, UK's biggest warship squeaks under bridge with little space ...
Ben Farmer. With its tallest radar mast lowered to fit under the Forth's bridges, Britain's new flagship set sail for its first trials last night.
Pilot 'lands' fighter jet on deck on Britain's largest ever ...  Mirror.co.uk
The Fylde coast eyes watching HMS Queen Elizabeth  Blackpool Gazette
Coins thrown into plane engine by elderly passenger for 'luck'
A superstitious elderly passenger delayed a flight in Shanghai after throwing coins at the engine for good luck, a Chinese airline has confirmed.
Elderly flight passenger throws coins into engine for 'luck', delays ...  South China Morning Post
Elderly woman throws coins in plane's engine to 'pray for safe ...  Shanghaiist
UK National Cyber Security Centre says it is 'aware of global ransomware incident'
The UK's National Cyber Security Centre says it is aware of a cyber attack spreading around the world amid fears of disruption to infrastructure including banking and transport.
Ransomware cyber attack strikes world's biggest firms  ITV News
There's been ANOTHER massive cyber attack and loads of firms have been hit  Plymouth Herald
The key reasons why the Welsh Government wouldn't back the Circuit of Wales
It took seven years, numerous business plans, external due diligence reports, various levels of proposed taxpayer guarantees, but the Welsh Government has finally decided not to back the proposed �425m Circuit of Wales racetrack for Blaenau Gwent.
Circuit of Wales: What next for Ebbw Vale?  BBC News