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UK Investigating Facial Recognition Use In London - pymnts.com

UK Investigating Facial Recognition Use In London  pymnts.comThe data protection regulator for the U.K. has opened an investigation into the use of facial recognition technology at property developer Argent's 67-acre estate ...
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Podcast 211: John Goodall of Landbay - Lend Academy

Podcast 211: John Goodall of Landbay  Lend AcademyThere are several fintech companies attacking different parts of the real estate market in the UK. Despite the challenges surrounding Brexit this is still and vibrant ...
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This 31-year-old sold $700,000 of stuff online without buying any inventory - MarketWatch

This 31-year-old sold $700,000 of stuff online without buying any inventory  MarketWatch'Two years ago, I couldn't afford a taxi,' says independent online retailer Christopher Wane.
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Share tips of the week - MoneyWeek

Share tips of the week  MoneyWeekMoneyWeek's comprehensive guide to the best of this week's share tips from the rest of the UK's financial pages.
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Best Free Bets & Betting Offers for Saturday's Racing and Premier League - Timeform

Best Free Bets & Betting Offers for Saturday's Racing and Premier League  TimeformWe run through the best free bets and betting offers available from our betting partners at Timeform ahead of Saturday's racing at Newbury, Newmarket and ...
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Money Observer turns 40: don't miss our special anniversary issue - Money Observer

Money Observer turns 40: don't miss our special anniversary issue  Money ObserverIn personal finance and investment, experience is invaluable. It's a trait that Money Observer has in spades, as the longest-established magazine in the market ...
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Lessons From The Global Forestry Investments Scheme - Law360

Lessons From The Global Forestry Investments Scheme  Law360The Global Forestry Investments case's progression, from the Insolvency *Service's* involvement to recent charges by the Serious Fraud Office, indicates that ...
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Is there a recession around the corner? The This is Money podcast - This is Money

Is there a recession around the corner? The This is Money podcast  This is MoneyThis week, editor Simon Lambert and assistant editor Lee Boyce look at a raft of economic data and what it means for Britain - including currency, interest rates ...
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How this financial blogger paid off $10,000 in credit-card debt after having a revelation (at the Gap) - MarketWatch

How this financial blogger paid off $10,000 in credit-card debt after having a revelation (at the Gap)  MarketWatchSixteen years ago, Jon Dulin was staring down $10,000 in credit-card debt. Today, he's a personal-finance blogger eyeing semi-retirement by age 55. Dulin got ...
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The UK Gambling Commission's most recent changes aren't a hit - Greenock Telegraph

The UK Gambling Commission's most recent changes aren't a hit  Greenock TelegraphOn some occasions, we earn revenue from *content*. This commercial *content* is compiled via expert opinion. Clicking in certain hyperlinks within this…
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A spending spree at what cost? - Peterborough Telegraph

A spending spree at what cost?  Peterborough TelegraphUnlike certain Prime Ministers, I remember 2010. I recall that we were told that we couldn't live beyond our means, and that a programme of austerity was ...
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Of course millennials are saying ‘I don’t’ to wedding invites. We’re completely broke - The Guardian

Of course millennials are saying ‘I don’t’ to wedding invites. We’re completely broke  The GuardianOn our budgets, attending our friends' nuptials can seem as attainable as a fortnight in Mauritius, says columnist Daisy Buchanan.
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Meet the 'neobanks' trying to shatter the big four banking oligopoly - The Age

Meet the 'neobanks' trying to shatter the big four banking oligopoly  The AgeHistory shows that competing with Australia's big four banks is a tough grind. But a new breed of digital insurgents is convinced this time is different.
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I am under pressure to ignore my grandmother’s will - The Guardian

I am under pressure to ignore my grandmother’s will  The GuardianThe only answer is to go back to the beginning: do what your grandmother wanted, but perhaps with some caveats, says our expert Annalisa Barbieri.
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Meet the 'neobanks' trying to shatter the big four banking oligopoly - Brisbane Times

Meet the 'neobanks' trying to shatter the big four banking oligopoly  Brisbane TimesHistory shows that competing with Australia's big four banks is a tough grind. But a new breed of digital insurgents is convinced this time is different.
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