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Bank scam victims 'shouldn't be blamed for money lost'
Banks have been told it's "not fair" to automatically blame customers for money lost through a scam.
Price comparison sites 'rife with errors'
Millions of consumers "are not getting a clear picture from the websites they visit", says Which?
Should workers be asked what they earn?
Asking job applicants what they are currently paid can trap women on lower salaries, a charity says.
S&P 500 index set for record winning streak
The index tracking the 500 most valuable public companies in the US has risen almost 325% since 2009.
Mental health problems 'block travel insurance cover'
Mystery shopping reveals four-fold increases in premiums even when issues have been been stable for years.
Venezuela 'paralysed' by launch of sovereign bolivar currency
Businesses close and streets empty as President Maduro's new currency causes uncertainty.
Uber to pay $1.9m for sexual harassment claims
The payout will cover former and current employees who allege sexual harassment and discrimination.
Superdrug's online customers targeted by criminals
The High Street chain warns its online customers to change their passwords.