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.
The Philadelphia Eagles could see its value climb to $3.14bn following the club’s shock Super Bowl LII  victory over favourites the New England Patriots.
Whether created by corporate greed or in the name of love, Valentine’s Day is a day of thoughtful gifts, romantic gestures and maybe something a little more if you’re lucky.
The New England Patriots will line up against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday in what will be another huge year for American football’s showpiece game.
Esports — competitive video gaming — recorded total revenue of $756m in 2017 and is on track to become a $1bn industry by the end of the year, according to video game data company SuperData.
Sport will be the main spectacle on Sunday evening, as the New England Patriots meet the Philadelphia Eagles in Minneapolis’ US Bank Stadium.
National Football Association star Tom Brady is just one game away from becoming the most successful player in Super Bowl history.
As the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles prepare to make more history at Sunday’s Super Bowl LII, American football fans will have the opportunity to get their hands on a few pieces of the past.
Despite the success of new consoles such as the Nintendo Switch and falling prices of innovative tech like virtual reality, it was mobile gaming that dominated digital sales in 2017.
Le Guide Michelin, France’s annual list of Michelin starred restaurants, will be released next month.
The US Bank Stadium, the host of this year’s Super Bowl event, has a maximum capacity of 66,600.
Forced off of the dark web by the closures of notorious illegal goods marketplaces such as Silk Road and The Farmer’s Market, drug sellers are now operating in plain sight, using encrypted messaging app Wickr to hide their crimes.
It took Roger Federer five sets to edge out Marin Cilic in the 2018 Australian Open final.
Now 36, Roger Federer continues to defy his age.
Another week, another long list of auctions to browse through.
A shady-looking doorway in Islington, London, transports you into fantasy worlds, from alien planets to post-apocalyptic futures.
Downing Street has confirmed that US president Donald Trump will be visiting the UK later this year.
As week three of the Overwatch League gets underway in Burbank, California, Blizzard are expecting another sell-out crowd.
“Technology is what’s changing the business.
Facebook innovated social media and has established itself as a major player in the virtual reality space.
The Philadelphia Eagles bulldozed their way past the Minnesota Vikings last weekend, securing the final spot in Super Bowl LII.
George Weah has been sworn in as the new President of Liberia after claiming 62 percent of support in a run-off vote against former Vice President Joseph Boakai.
2017 saw the auction industry bounce back after two years of decline.