Facebook blocks Admiral's car insurance discount plan

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Facebook blocks an insurer's plan to view young drivers' profiles to set car insurance premiums.
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The Indian cabinet has approved a sale of the government's stake, but details remain unresolved.
The five Romanians managed to cross successfully the Black Sea in a row boat. They departed from Limanu, near Black Sea village 2 Mai, Constanta County, and touched land in Batumi, Georgia. The race t
Bulgarian engineering company Energoremont Holding  said on Wednesday that, in a partnership with Sofia-based Balgarska Energetika and Germany’s ABB Automation, it has signed a contract with local min
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A major cyber attack, believed to have first struck Ukraine, caused havoc around the world on Wednesday, crippling computers or halting operations at port operator Maersk, a Cadbury chocolate plant i
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MediHelp International, one of the most important players on the CEE health insurance market, together with Lamp Insurance (UK) and the New Europe Surgical Academy (Germany) have launched the NESACARD
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The UK is beginning to feel the harsh realities of Brexit as those who matter most to an economy — deep pocketed investors — begin to take tangible actions.
Britain’s messy election outcome and a weakening of the housing market have caused a sharp of loss of confidence among UK consumers, leaving the country dependent on exports to avoid a recession
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