Pipeline hackers say they did not mean to create problems for society

The hacker group blamed for the ransomware attack on the Colonial pipeline insisted it only wanted to make money and did not want to cause problems for society, tech stocks tumbled on Monday as investors braced for further signs of inflation, and Vice Media is joining the streaming gold rush. Plus, the FT’s management editor, Andrew Hill, explains why businesses in the UK’s services sector trying to operate in Europe are encountering post-Brexit challenges. 


This episode features the song “Black Fur” by Elder Island. The song is licensed to Metropolis Recordings.


We regret ‘creating problems’, say hackers behind the cyber attack on a key fuel pipeline 

https://www-ft-com.ezp-prod1.hul.harvard.edu/content/0afb53f0-f382-442a-9a32-02824ce8bb70


US tech stocks drop ahead of inflation data

https://www-ft-com.ezp-prod1.hul.harvard.edu/content/9707595b-d708-4be3-917d-9ae1de04c707?


Vice Media joins streaming gold rush in new bid for profitability

https://www-ft-com.ezp-prod1.hul.harvard.edu/content/942bf107-3824-4611-b0f7-b4816d4ee2a5


UK’s services sector starts to count the real cost of Brexit

https://www-ft-com.ezp-prod1.hul.harvard.edu/content/d0c10195-0e2e-4913-af74-3b7057163e3f?



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