South Africa’s top court has ruled that parliament failed to hold president Jacob Zuma accountable for spending millions of dollars worth of state money on his private home.
Nitrate-free bacon will soon appear on UK supermarket shelves amid health concerns surrounding the use of the chemical in foods.
Tech giants Apple and Amazon could set up operations in Saudi Arabia for the first time, two sources told Reuters.
Traditional retailers have struggled this year, as e-commerce giants like Amazon increase their dominance, forcing many brick-and-mortar stores to close or go bankrupt.
Global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity in 2017 has exceeded $3tn for the fourth consecutive year.
US shoppers will return an estimated $90bn worth of unwanted items back to retailers, according to Optoro, a Washington-based technology company.
A 156m (511ft), 39-storey skyscraper located in China’s northern Shanxi province has been listed on Taobao, the country’s largest e-commerce website owned by Alibaba.
Tesco, the UK’s biggest supermarket chain, has apologised after customers complained that the retailer’s Christmas turkeys were “rancid” and “rotten.” Many who purchased the turkey — which costs up to £59 in the store’s Finest range — took to social media to share photos of the poultry.
US retailers have seen the biggest sales increase in six years over the festive period, according to MasterCard SpendingPulse, a unit of the credit card company that tracks internet and physical sales.
Sir James Dyson has settled a dispute with Max Conze, the company’s former chief executive who was fired two months ago for allegedly stealing Dyson company secrets.
Australia’s first naval submarine, the HMAS AE-1, has been found after a 103-year search in the 13th mission to locate it.
Tech giant Apple confirmed today that it does deliberately slow down older iPhones.
The Bank of England (BoE) has unveiled plans to allow European wholesale lenders to keep operating as normal in the UK after Brexit.
US president Donald Trump issued a threat on Wednesday to cut off US aid to any country that votes for a resolution at the United Nations (UN) condemning his decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
This Saturday will be the second-busiest shopping day of the year in the US after Black Friday, according to retail analytics company ShopperTrak.
Tesco, the UK’s largest supermarket chain, has received final approval from the country’s competition regulator for its £3.7bn takeover of wholesaler Booker.
Brussels is putting pressure on the UK to resolve a long running dispute with Spain over the territory of Gibraltar before a deal on a post-Brexit transition period can be discussed.
The White House will temporarily shut down its petition website from midnight on Tuesday until a new one launches in a move which will save taxpayers $1.3m annually, according to US officials.
Smartphone sales in the UK will overtake that of tablets this year for the first time, according to eMarketer’s latest retail forecast.
Catalonia’s post-crisis election will take place on Thursday following a declaration of independence by Catalan separatists.
The 15-member United Nations Security Council (UNSC) will vote today on a resolution drafted by Egypt to retract US president Donald Trump’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
US president Donald Trump will call China a strategic “competitor” today when he announces his national security strategy (NSS).
Despite demands for his resignation following corruption allegations, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, Peru’s president, has said he will not step down.
Schools in the UK are vulnerable to hackers, according to the security research company Pen Test Partners (PTP).
The Dalai Lama has created a free iPhone app for anyone who wants to learn more about his teachings.
The festive season is upon us and UK shoppers are getting ready to drink mulled wine, eat mince pies and attend Christmas parties.
US secretary of state Rex Tillerson and members of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) will discuss how to stop North Korea from carrying out nuclear and ballistic missile tests at a meeting today.
Aimed at increasing market transparency in Europe, a revamped version of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive — known as Mifid II — comes into force on 3 January.
Pakistan has banished almost 30 international non-governmental organisations (NGOs) from the country, as human rights norms increasingly come under threat across Asia.
Ajit Pai, US president Donald Trump’s pick to chair the Republican-led Federal Communications Commission (FCC), will force a vote to repeal net neutrality protections for broadband providers today.