Snapchat users tend to be aged between 18 and 24, with 45% falling into this age group, and the app’s monthly active users reach more than 300 million.
Nearly half of employees in the UK have experienced workplace stress, low moods and anxiety, according to a survey by mental health charity Mind.
Ed Sheeran’s net worth has propelled up the ladder in the latest rich list by the Sunday Times, after making more money than any other British musician last year.
Adidas recorded a “successful” start to the year with revenue growth of 10% in the first quarter.
Japan’s Takeda Pharmaceutical this week agreed to buy Ireland’s Shire for $65 billion.
As the 63rd edition of the world’s biggest annual song contest returns next week, Verdict asks whether the political landscape of Eurovision votes is shifting.
Travelling can be daunting, especially if you’re anxious about bringing along all the important documents and getting around without any issues.
The future of the UK’s railway network has been laid out at the UK railway infrastructure exhibition Infrarail.
London’s government-funded Boris bike hire scheme has cost taxpayers nearly £200 million over the last eight years, according to a disclosure made to Verdict under the UK Freedom of Information (FoI) Act.
The Apple share price has stabilised ahead of the iPhone maker posting its second-quarter results later today.
It has been 50 years since the UK Abortion Act became law in 1967 — but in some quarters the issue is far from settled.
There are hundreds of fine dining restaurants in London.
Cycling, especially in big, developed urban areas makes a lot of sense, but there’s a lot still to be done to make sure people are able to get on their bikes and go.
British pub chain JD Wetherspoon closed down its social media accounts recently — Twitter, Facebook and Instagram — unironically using Twitter to announce its departure.
Digital transformation has improved the efficiency, innovation, and access to services for customers, according to a report out today from the London lobby group TheCityUK.
The UK Government is wrapped in a scandal over the immigration status of the Windrush generation, with thousands of people receiving threats to produce paperwork or risk being deported.
McDonald’s is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from its offices and restaurants by 36% by 2030.