Yesterday, Royal Bank of Scotland websites suffered a cyber attack that left some customers unable to gain access to their accounts. This was the group's second computer crash in less than a week.
The bank issued a statement yesterday saying that sites were again running and there was no risk to customers.
All nuclear energy users, including Japan, must find safe ways of storing radioactive waste said the top U. S. nuclear regulator.
On Thursday to protest against low wages about 30 bundled-up fast-food workers picketed in cold and windy conditions outside the Forest Street McDonald's restaurant.
According to volunteer organizer Melissa Engels-Lewis, workers from McDonald's, Lee's Famous Recipe Chicken and Michael, a retail store were among those who participated in the protest.
Payments for British visa through cash or demand draft will be discontinued from 16th of this month. Indians visitors now have to pay online through debit or credit cards or via e-wallet for British visa.
However, applicants, who have completed their online application form before December 16 will be able to use other payment methods currently available till January 14.
The Swiss drugmaker Novartis said on Friday that a trial pill from Novartis to treat a sort of skeletal substance marrow disease reached its essential objective in a late-stage study.
Novartis said the pill has the possibility to turn into one of the first in another class of medications for the incurable sickness.
In a spiky turnaround of its global strategy General Motors plans to mostly withdraw its Chevrolet brand from Europe.
The decision followed as GM had repeatedly said it hoped to break even in Europe by mid-decade. It was not absolutely clear whether the decision to discontinue selling most Chevrolet vehicles in Europe would affect that goal.
On Thursday, the euro climbed to trade near a five-week high against the dollar as investors placed for the European Central Banks (ECB) to keep interest rates unchanged with rising German yields providing it support.
The single currency grew 0.2 percent against the dollar to $1.3617, having hit $1.3640, its highest since late October, in early European trade on Thursday.
- Partial Yahoo Mail outage this week affected users for past two, or even three days
- Google Sheets rebuilt from ground up; new version available immediately
- Valve to ship out prototype Steam Machines to 300 selected US beta testers on Dec. 13
- EU court dismisses Cisco's complaint against Microsoft's Skype acquisition deal
- AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson: Carriers need to move away from the subsidy model