Image copyright Green & Black’s Image caption Green & Black’s Velvet Edition: Cocoa Life, not Fairtrade Green & Black’s, which pioneered organic Fairtrade chocolate, is launching its first UK product without a Fairtrade or organic label. The new Velvet Edition dark chocolate bars go on sale in the UK this…

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Image copyright Gearstd Image caption The Institute of Directors has ideas about how to bridge the Brexit gap One of the UK’s biggest business lobby groups has urged the cabinet to stop “dancing around the edges” of Brexit. The Institute of Directors (IoD) called on the cabinet to come up…

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This morning, Twitter covered Ken “Popehat” White’s profile page in balloons to celebrate his birthday. This afternoon, it suspended his account for posting screenshots of threats he’d received from another user. The ranting missive, from a far-right lawyer in Texas whose threatening Twitter postings White had earlier mocked, promises…

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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Most parents say they keep their young children’s photos off social networks Parents are divided about whether it is right to post photos of one’s children to social media, according to a study by the UK’s communications watchdog. Ofcom reported that just over half…

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Image caption Marcus Hutchins wanted to remain anonymous after the WannaCry outbreak, but his identity was revealed The British cyber-security researcher who stalled WannaCry cyber-attack that hit the NHS has been arrested and charged in a US cyber-crime case. Marcus Hutchins, 23, has been accused of involvement with Kronos –…

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There’s no question that the Internet of Things is the new security battleground. Internet-connected webcams, HVAC systems, cars, TVs, watches, printers and more are giving people more use out of their devices. But these devices also open doors to hackers who want to steal corporate data, lasso thousands of devices into botnets…

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Image copyright Peterson Institute for Internatinal Economics Image caption Adam Posen, president of the Peterson Institute for International Economics, and former MPC member A former member of the Monetary Policy Committee, Adam Posen, has predicted that the Bank of England will not change interest rates today. The MPC will publish…

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Image copyright Thinkstock Top chief executives’ pay has fallen in the past year, but there is still “a huge gap” between them and the rest of their staff, a report has said. The bosses of FTSE 100 companies now make on average £4.5m a year, down 17% from £5.4m in…

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