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Apple Inc is cutting production orders for its plastic-backed iPhone 5C a month after launch, a source familiar with its supply chain said on Wednesday, fueling speculation the cheaper model of its main gadget may have been priced too high.
Credit Suisse is rolling out its new private banking app in Asia as it seeks to fend off competition from rivals offering cheaper, faster digital services for wealthy clients.
Britain's banks need to dedicate far greater resources towards securing their IT infrastructure and should have a designated board member overseeing the issue, a senior lawmaker said, following a string of high-profile technology failures.
The European Central Bank will set up a database to register incidents of cyber crime at commercial banks, aiming to create an early warning and analysis system for big lenders, it told a German newspaper.
British banking executives and security experts are growing frustrated at the dearth of information available more than three months after £2.5mil (RM13.72mil) was stolen from Tesco Bank in the UK's biggest financial cyber heist.
Four Seasons isn’t taking Airbnb’s push into high-end lodging lightly.
Cyber crime insurers largely avoided costly claims from the recent attacks that hit business around the globe. The next global virus could change that.
European Union banks facing increasing competition from financial technology firms could find it easier to invest in software under rule changes being discussed with regulators.
Slovenia's financial watchdog issued a warning on Monday that virtual currencies - such as bitcoin - are not regulated and are not guaranteed by the central bank or any other state body.