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Some price comparison websites and other online businesses could be forced to alter their business models if the EU's highest court takes steps to prevent unauthorised 'screen-scraping' of data, an expert has said. 10 Nov 2014
Banks and other businesses that wish to provide payment services under a proposed new legal framework in the EU would face tight rules on outsourcing, according to the latest plans to be tabled by EU law makers. 05 Nov 2014
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A retrial has been ordered in the long-running legal dispute between flower delivery company Interflora and retailer Marks & Spencer (M&S). 05 Nov 2014
New guidance issued by the Gambling Commission could make it impractical for football clubs and other sports teams in England or Scotland to agree shirt sponsorship deals with many offshore gambling providers, an expert has said 04 Nov 2014
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