Google privacy, house price rises, and overdraft costs - here's your need-to-know business news roundup.
Google has changed its privacy policies despite warnings that the new rules may breach European law.
The search giant will now share customer data across all its services, including YouTube and Gmail. [BBC]
House prices rose by 0.6 per cent during February according to new figures.
But Nationwide said the boost could be temporary, and attributable to the impending end of the stamp duty holiday. [Guardian]
Borrowing costs are at their highest for three years – despite base rates remaining at record lows.
Overdraft costs are now as much as 40 times the base rate at some High Street banks. [ThisIsMoney]