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Quest data breach exposes private health information of 34000 patients

Quest data breach exposes private health information of 34000 patients

The records that were hacked included lab results and some phone numbers. Social Security numbers, credit card information, insurance and other financial information was not accessed, Quest said in a media release. Once the hack was discovered, Quest said, the company "addressed the vulnerability" and has taken steps to "prevent similar incidents from happening in the future".


Asahi in $A11b deal for East Europe beers

Asahi in $A11b deal for East Europe beers

The acquisition still needs to be approved by the EU's anti-trust regulators. The Czech Republic, where Asahi will be the leader, has the world's highest per capita consumption, though SAB's European margins had been eroding for years amid price competition.



5 held in Delhi with Rs 3.25 crore in scrapped currencies

Jewellery worth Rs 1.06 crore was also seized and handed over to the I-T department. Officials said the agency arrested the accused, including the brother-in-law of a state government official, under the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).


Income Tax raids Bengaluru flat, recovers Rs 2.89 crore stash

Income Tax raids Bengaluru flat, recovers Rs 2.89 crore stash

The IT sleuths had to inform the jurisdictional Yeshwantpur police and requested their assistance in conducting the raid. The team with the help of police and other residents of the apartment entered the flat, where one room was found to be locked.



Cyrus Mistry Vows To Continue Fight Against Tatas

The number of shares voted represented 86.71 percent of the total shareholding of TCS. The vote was a foregone conclusion and a victory for family patriarch Ratan Tata, who controls nearly three-quarters of the company. The petitioners also sought the court's direction to hold back a vote on the resolution to remove Wadia until the final judgement is delivered in the case.