US president Donald Trump presented his budget outline to Congress for the upcoming fiscal year last week.
This weekend, heads of state and governments in the European Union will come together to mark the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome.
If Brexit causes an ‘exodus’ of financial firms and their employees from London, exactly where would they go?
Wright Electric, a US-based startup announced plans to make all journeys of less than 300 miles electric, and therefore zero-emissions, in the next 20 years.
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.
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As Syria’s civil war enters its sixth year, violations against children in Syria were the highest on record in 2016.
Jobs and wages are up, markets are up, volatility is low.
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.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has been doing some pretty cool things of late.
Landline and broadband customers in the UK who have experienced poor service could automatically get their money back as part of a new scheme proposed by Ofcom, the telecoms regulator.
Twitter, the micro-blogging service with about 319m active monthly users, is considering whether to introduce a subscription option for a monthly fee of $19.99.
The official date for triggering Article 50 has been set for Wednesday 29 March.
Millions of jobs could be affected by automation and artificial intelligence (AI) by 2030s, as the technology makes inroads across all sectors.
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Treatment for HIV varies depending where you live, but the US is doing far less than could be expected.
In an attempt to spur stagnant Japanese consumption, as well as to help to curb long working hours, the Japanese government and Keidanren (Japan Business Federation) have come up with something called Premium Friday.
Twitter, the online news and social networking service based in San Francisco, suspended 376,890 accounts for promoting terrorism in the second half of last year.
This week, FBI director James Comey confirmed the agency was investigating potential ties between President Trump’s election campaign and Russia.
Tech giant Apple paid no tax in New Zealand (NZ) for at least a decade, despite making billions of dollars worth of profits in the country amounting to $4.2bn.
Millennials, those born between 1987 and 2004, are facing some serious questions when it comes to their future.
As the House of Representatives votes on Trump’s new healthcare bill, let’s see how the budget will affect health in the US.
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Millennials, a generation that now outnumbers the baby boomers, could be the key to alleviating burdens on our health care system and improving the health of future populations.
While Taiwan has the necessary infrastructure and each consumer has an average of six cards, payment cards are not used frequently, compared to similar markets.
The first car plant in Britain for more than a decade opened in Coventry on Wednesday, 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.
As the rest of the world is increasing its investment in biomedical research, the US has been cutting research funding rather steadily over the past ten years.
Stock markets suffered their worst falls since the election of US president Donald Trump, amid concerns he won’t be able to deliver on his pro-growth policy pledges.
It is official: financial services are considering their exit plans from London once Article 50 is invoked later this month.
The landmark changes in the Australian parliament has seen tech giants Facebook and Google paying taxes in Australia based on revenues made in the country, instead of shifting income abroad to low-tax jurisdictions.
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.
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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.