From Meme Coins to Digital Gold: Where Are the Crypto Markets Headed?

Gone are the days when Bitcoin was the only application for blockchain fanatics. There are now more than 4,000 cryptocurrencies to choose from, and while many have near-zero market shares, others have huge percentages and cult followings. The various subsections…

Smart motorway rollout suspended amid safety concerns

The rollout of smart motorways has been suspended by the government until at least 2025 in response to safety concerns from MPs and motoring groups. Schemes to convert stretches of the M3, M25, M62 and M40 will be put on…

Millions of HSBC, NatWest, Monzo, Santander and Starling customers exposed to app security flaw

Millions of Brits who use online banking services are exposed to some worrying fraud risks, industry experts warned today. Following an investigation by security experts 6point6, testing the online and mobile app security of 15 major current account providers on…

Sheffield Forgemasters wins £3.7m contract on Rolls-Royce nuclear project

Engineering giant Rolls-Royce has signed a £3.7m contract with Sheffield Forgemasters to develop crucial parts for its small nuclear reactors (SMRs) The contract for forgings is part of Rolls-Royce SMR’s work to achieve regulatory approval and will allow both companies…

Leftist District Attorney Endangers Public by Decriminalizing Many Crimes

TOP STORIES _____________________________________________________________________________ If They Win Back the House, Republicans Plan to Strip Far-Left ‘Squad’ of Duties  If They Win Back the House, Republicans Plan to Strip Far-Left ‘Squad’ of Duties  IRS Backlogs Forecast a Frustrating Tax Season China Locks…

3 Key tech priorities for financial services business leaders in 2022

Technology in modern financial services can be a complex subject. This is what business leaders should focus on for success. Time and again, we witness similar issues cropping up for our clients, from choosing the right tool for the job…

Strictly winner Rose Ayling-Ellis fights for sign language to gain legal status

The Strictly Come Dancing champion Rose Ayling-Ellis has called for sign language to be given official legal status in Britain. The EastEnders actress, who was Strictly’s first deaf contestant, described British sign language’s (BSL) present status as a “big problem”.…

Crowdcube faces financial watchdog probe over failed fast-food firm

Crowdfunding platform Crowdcube faces a slew of investigations from a financial watchdog after a group of investors say it failed to verify a company’s business plans resulting in them losing thousands of pounds. Sixteen investors have asked the Financial Ombudsman…

UK households suffer biggest fall in available cash in eight years

UK households have suffered the sharpest fall in the amount of cash they have available to spend for almost eight years, amid a worsening cost of living crisis driven by high inflation and rising energy bills. According to a report…

A third of IT leaders feel less stressed at work thanks to remote access technologies

According to new research a third of IT leaders feel less stressed at work thanks to flexible technologies. The new data found that over the past 18 months, flexible technologies facilitated the widespread move to remote working and employees have…

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