Equifax, one of the largest credit reporting agencies in the United States, was recently the victim of a massive cyber-attack—an attack that may have compromised the personal information of 143 million people. Impacted individuals were not simply limited to the United States either, as the hackers gained unauthorised access to personal information of certain Canadian residents and 44 million Britons. Initial reports suggest 209,000 credit card numbers were stolen in the attack, some of which may belong to international customers. (read more) "UK Affected by Equifax Data Breach"
They’re a major contributor to axle and suspension failure, causing British motorists £2.8 billion every year and authorities £30 million in compensation; but due to lack of funding, a pothole is a common sight on UK roads. (read more) "Making a Case for Pothole Damage"
The promise of newly built property, with all mod-cons and lower maintenance commitments, is enough to seduce many property buyers to put down a healthy deposit – sometimes before construction has even taken place. (read more) "How to Avoid the Top 7 Construction Defects in New Builds"