Silicon Valley billionaire Vinod Khosla is fighting a 50-year-old law in a bid to keep surfers off of his beachfront property.
Online property booking marketplace Airbnb is rolling out a new property tier system in a bid to attract the rich and famous.
Having made its mark on personal computers, portable music player and smartphones, US tech giant Apple is turning its attention to the growing yoga market.
Deutsche Bank UK is to give its employees an extra week of annual leave, having raised its holiday allowance from 25 to 30 days, in a bid to improve work-life balance.
A small Australian town has emerged from a spell of sweltering 30 degree Celsius heat with an impressive tan.
With the bitcoin price climbing and falling faster than team Verdict can keep up, it’s too soon to say whether blockchain technology is the future of currency.
Slovenian ice hockey player Ziga Jeglic is the third player to be sent home from the PyeongChang Winter Olympics after testing positive for a banned substance.
Jamie Oliver’s flagship London Barbecoa restaurants have gone into administration as the Jamie Oliver Restaurant Group struggles to pay off its soaring debts.
We can expect more of the same from the 2020 US presidential election: taxes, healthcare, and climate change will all still be on the agenda.
UK prime minister Theresa May has challenged previous increases to tuition fees made by the Conservatives since taking power in the 2010 general election.
Ryan Blaney may have led the race for 118 laps, but it was Austin Dillon who passed the checkered flag first to claim victory at the 2018 Daytona 500, the 60th running of this prestigious stock car race.
“Africa has long been regarded as the world’s Eden.
While South Koreans tucked in to dishes of kimchi, tteok-guk and jeon to welcome in the Lunar New Year, the nation’s best athletes kept celebrations to a minimum.
Canopy Growth Corp, a leading medical marijuana producer, is hoping to change the face of pharmaceuticals as the world begins to relax its laws on cannabis use.
The life expectancy gap between England’s rich and poor has widened, according to a new report.
With the Chinese New Year just a few hours away, prepare to say goodbye to the fire rooster and hello to the earth dog.
More than 1m Snapchat users have signed a petition calling for the image messaging app to revert back to an older version.
Despite pressure from British politician Jacob Rees-Mogg, Downing Street will refuse to cut the UK’s current foreign aid commitment.
Supercell, the fifth largest mobile game publisher, has reported a 20.5 percent year-on-year drop in profits.
Mobile dating app Tinder expects to see a 20 percent increase in use today as searching singles make one last-ditch attempt to find themselves a Valentine.
Shares in video game publisher Ubisoft jumped as much as 8.8 percent during early trading on Tuesday morning, as the market responded to the company’s impressive revenue results.
As Queen Elizabeth II prepares for her 92nd birthday, the Commonwealth is reportedly considering who will succeed her as the Head of the Commonwealth.
JAB Holding Company, a leading Luxembourg-based investment conglomerate, has agreed to purchase American soft drink company Dr Pepper Snapple.
With a little over a year left to go until the UK is scheduled to break away from the European Union (EU), Hungarian investor George Soros refuses to let up in his fight against Brexit.
Leading semiconductor company Broadcom Ltd has approached rival company Qualcomm Inc.
Billionaire businssman Patrick Soon-Shiong has completed a deal to purchase the Los Angeles Times and the San Diego Union-Tribune.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un’s younger sister will swap Pyongyang for Pyeongchang this week, as she makes her way to South Korea for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
The Singapore Air Show returns to Changi, Singapore for a sixth time this week.
North Korea is thought to be behind a heist on Asia’s leading cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck last month, in which 58bn yen ($526m) was stolen.
With temperatures in the UK falling as low as -6 degrees during the early hours of Monday morning, parts of Britain battled through a night that was colder than Iceland’s capital Reykjavik, where temperatures tend to sit below freezing throughout the winter months.