News Headlines - 06 November 2015

Takata's Woes Are Complete: Now Toyota Has Dropped It - Fortune

Anyone at Japanese auto parts supplier Takata Corp who asked themselves this week ‘how can it possibly get worse?’ got their answer Friday, as Toyota Motor Co. became the latest automaker to say it won’t use the hapless company’s airbag inflators.

Toyota reports higher profits but cuts sales target - BBC News

Its quarterly sales increased by 8.4% to 7.1tn yen, thanks to a weaker yen.
But despite robust sales in its biggest market of North America, Toyota cut its annual sales target because of slowing sales in Japan and emerging markets.

TalkTalk hack 'affected 157,000 customers' - BBC News

TalkTalk has given more details of the cyber-attack on its website, saying nearly 157,000 of its customers' personal details were accessed.
More than 15,600 bank account numbers and sort codes were stolen, the company said.

Million Mask March 2015: Three police officers in hospital as 50 arrested during London protest | London Evening Standard

Three police officers were among those injured during Thursday night’s “million mask march” in central London.
The officers, one of whom was riding a horse that had been spooked and bolted, were on Friday recovering in hospital after the initially peaceful protest erupted into violence.

Outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter under medical evaluation for stress, confirms spokesman - Mirror Online

Outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter is undergoing medical examination for stress, a spokesman for the football chief has confirmed... He will undergo medical checks over the next 10 days, after suffering a 'health incident' last weekend.








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