‘Flash crash’ trader denied hearing delay

Sarao will have his extradition case heard next month

GDP data show surprising lift in UK trade

Business investment also strong as overall growth confirmed at 0.7%

Isa deposits swell by £20bn in a year

Budget boosts accounts despite average interest of less than 1%

Refugee lorry death toll rises above 70

Several Bulgarians said to be held as probe gets under way

Two-speed UK housing market returns

London, south east and eastern England rise at double national rate

Apple loses key music streaming executive

Ian Rogers leaves just months after launch of Beats1 radio

Ministers to alter money laundering rules

Move follows complaints from businesses about additional costs

Switzerland avoids recession despite franc

Hoteliers and tourist resorts not faring as poorly as expected

Tsipras gambles on outright poll victory

Many see the Greek prime minister’s optimism as misplaced

Apple to debut new iPhone

Stakes are high as group strives to defy waning smartphone growth

Pakistan said to be building 20 warheads a year

Nation could be No. 3 nuclear power in a decade, says report

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Colm Piercy, CEO of Viatel, photographed at the company's west Dublin data centre.
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From Irish academia to telecoms

Colm Piercy’s studies of digital innovation led him to set up Digiweb

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