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11 Jul 4:41pm Google workers can listen to what people say to its AI home devices
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Company admitted that contractors can access recordings made by Assistant, after some of its recordings were leaked Google acknowledged its contractors are able to listen to recordings of what people say to the company’s artificial-intelligence system, Google Assistant. The company admitted on Thursday that humans can access recordings made by the Assistant, after some of its Dutch language recordings were leaked. Google is investigating the breach.
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11 Jul 1:57pm What did ousted M&S clothing boss change at the embattled retailer?
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Jill McDonald’s tenure reacted to customer demands but its delivery came unstuck
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11 Jul 1:00pm Serious Fraud Office assesses Gavin Woodhouse businesses
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Move follows a referral from the MP John Mann, who also wants FCA to look into situation The Serious Fraud Office is considering investigating the business affairs of Gavin Woodhouse following a referral from an influential MP. John Mann, the Labour MP for Bassetlaw who has been a member of parliament’s Treasury select committee for more than a decade, alleged Woodhouse’s business model “smells a bit like a Ponzi scheme” as further details of the embattled entrepreneur’s finances have emerged.
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11 Jul 12:31pm Mark Carney positions himself as contender for IMF top job
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Bank of England governor refuses to rule out succeeding Christine Lagarde Mark Carney has positioned himself as a contender to be the next head of the International Monetary Fund after refusing to rule out joining the race to take over from
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11 Jul 10:31am M&S ousts fashion boss Jill McDonald
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Marks & Spencer CEO, Steve Rowe, will take care of its clothing business again
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11 Jul 8:47am HSBC credit card compensation bill could rise to £11m
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HSBC extends scheme to extra 18,500 customers overcharged on debt payments HSBC is expected to pay out millions more in compensation to credit card customers who were overcharged when they fell behind with payments. The bank has
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11 Jul 8:27am Cuadrilla to restart fracking at site in Lancashire
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Drilling at Preston New Road is last-ditch effort to convince regulators to relax safety rules The first company to drill for shale gas in the UK plans to restart fracking at its Preston New Road site in Lancashire in a last-ditch effort to convince policymakers to relax safety rules. Cuadrilla will drill a second well near Blackpool after it was
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11 Jul 4:36am Reckitt Benckiser to pay $1.4bn fine over opioid treatment sales
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Nurofen maker reaches deal with US over alleged fraudulent marketing of Suboxone Reckitt Benckiser has agreed to pay a $1.4bn (£1.1bn) fine to settle a US investigation into sales of a treatment for addiction to opioids by its former prescription drugs business Indivior. The maker of Nurofen and Durex said it had reached a deal with the US Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission to resolve the long-running inquiry into sales and marketing of Suboxone Film, an opioid-based drug.
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