Tech giants including Google and Facebook will now pay tax in Australia based on the profits they earn in the country, instead of shifting income abroad.
South Korea’s ex-president Park Guen-hye underwent questioning today for the first time for her role in the influence-peddling scandal that has also seen the acting head of the Samsung Group on trial.
Russia has been holding on to its Cold War role as the world’s second biggest arms exporter, yet this position is under threat.
The Trump administration is on high alert when it comes to surveillance.
China and the US dominate the 50 most popular websites in the world.
Brexit has had a “fundamental depressing effect” on financial jobs in London according to a report by Morgan McKinley.
There are fewer than 2,000 billionaires in the whole world, but how do they compare with one another?
Vienna, the Austrian capital, has come top for overall quality of living for the 8th year in a row, according to Mercer’s 19th Quality of Living survey.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back into politics: #IndyRef2!
As Syria’s civil war enters its sixth year, violations against children in Syria were the highest on record in 2016.
South Korea’s president Park Geun-hye has been removed from office in the political scandal that has consumed the country.
After months of back and forth, from questioning, to arrest and finally indictment, Samsung’s group leader Lee Ja-Yong will begin his trial today.
GV, formerly Google Ventures, the search giant’s venture capital arm announced its first investment in a European fintech company today.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has delivered his final Spring Budget and set out a brighter outlook for the economy in the short term.
International Women’s Day celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women globally every year on 8 March.
WikiLeaks has published what it has described as the biggest ever leak of confidential documents from the CIA.
The growth in artificial intelligence and machine learning technology means that anxieties are on the rise that robots will take over the world.
Hyperloop One, a US-based startup aiming to make ultra-high speed land-based travel a reality, is looking to bring the technology to India.
It appears walls are all the political rage at the moment.
US president Donald Trump’s “America first” policy could derail the retail sector, not just in the US but beyond.
The US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen has given the strongest signal yet that US interest rates are going up this month.
Whether your interaction with artificial intelligence (AI) is limited to science-fiction or you spend more time in your day talking to Siri and Alexa than actual humans, you can’t hide from the fact AI is changing the world.
The cryptocurrency bitcoin’s hit a milestone, and a quite a big one.
Snap’s day has come.
Japan’s population currently stands at 127m; this is predicted to fall as low as 86m by 2060.
The first car plant in Britain for more than a decade opened in Coventry today, creating more than 1,000 jobs.
Supermarket giant Tesco has pulled Heineken products from its shelves over a disagreement over price rises.
Drones deliveries can no longer be written off as a PR stunt.
It is official: financial services are considering their exit plans from London once Article 50 is invoked later this month.
Yesterday, the US department of homeland security (DHS) announced it would ban large electronic devices, including laptops, from flights coming from the Middle East and North Africa.
Women high net worth investors (HNW) are a stark minority No matter where your advisory practice is in the world, you will find that most HNW individuals are male.
UK households are spending less on alcohol and tobacco, and more on eating out at restaurants, according to recent ONS figures.
Charging suppliers for customer complaints and bullying them into buying charity tables; supermarkets have been throwing their weight around.
China, South Korea, Chile and the European Union (EU) have suspended imports of meat from Brazil, amid allegations that the produce sourced from the Latin American country is unsafe to eat.
UK inflation has risen to 2.3 percent, pushed up by rising fuel and food prices.
The maker of premium tonic water, Fever-Tree, today posted double profits for the year ending 31 December 2016, thanks to strong sales across the board.
Cyber attacks can lead to leakage of confidential information such as financial records and customer data, as well as loss of money, intellectual property and trade secrets.
Grab, the Singapore-based taxi-hailing service, is set to launch a pilot scheme in Myanmar, the south Asian country with a population of 53.9m.
After Google came under fire for ads appearing on extremist content, the tech company has vowed to clean up its act.
These three things will change the world today.
In contrast to developed markets, where tobacco prices are higher and regulation more stringent, the low price of tobacco products in emerging markets is a disincentive for switching to e-cigarettes.
Cannabis is increasingly affecting all aspects of retail in the US.
In 2016, Panama was the third-largest telecom services market in Central America, behind Guatemala and Costa Rica, with estimated revenue of US$1.3 billion or 2.4 percent of GDP.
India’s telecoms industry is the midst of a shake-up as Vodafone India confirms it is acquiring Idea Cellular.
Google Cloud Next, the tech company’s annual conference covering everything that is happening and will happen in the online cloud space, took place earlier this month.
Extremists have made an estimated £250,000 ($310,000) from advertisements for UK brands on Google, according to a Times investigation.
The official date for triggering Article 50 has been set for Wednesday 29 March.
As it stands, there are five debt-free countries in the world — Macau, the British Virgin Islands, Brunei, Liechtenstein and Palau.