IBM has unveiled a standalone commercially viable quantum computer in an effort to reinvigorate its brand reputation and drag its share price out of the doldrums.
After a share price all time high of $275.49 during October 2018, Adobe has had a rocky end to the year, but the company will come back fighting in 2019.
Reform of UK gig economy employment regulations mean business costs for leading players will remain under control.
Chinese retail sales have reached a 10-year low following imposition of US tariffs, signaling harder times ahead for major players.
Options are limited for ASOS in bid to reverse poor financial results following poor end to 2018.
Capabilities of conversational AI are more far-reaching than ever as personal assistants become smarter, transforming customer service.
Agri-tech start-ups are attracting big name investors in quest to use cutting-edge technology to transform agriculture The agricultural market has experienced a decelerating growth due to pressure on fees paid to farmers.
Under pressure to reduce costs, NASA has chosen to use private companies for moon missions, accelerating development of new space industries.
The US government has banned Huawei for cybersecurity concerns in their 5G infrastructure, encouraging the UK to follow suit.
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) said this month that it will build the new generation of the Evoque model in the UK, which could be a risky move amid Brexit uncertainty.
A potential US ban on the sale of menthol cigarettes shows British American Tobacco must invest more in alternatives.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is finally here, but other studios have condemned the 100-hour working weeks that the team behind it were forced to endure.
Philips’ Q3 results prompted a sell-off from investors sending the share price plummeting, but the company’s underlying fundamentals remain strong.
Ryanair share price jumped as the airline’s profits declined only 7% amid fuel and staff costs and pilot strikes which hit the airline recently.
UK airline Flybe’s struggles are largely due to Brexit factors and a weak wider market, rather than a poor performance internally.
US fashion giant Michael Kors confirmed the purchase of the historic Italian fashion house Versace, for a sum of $2.1bn.
Telltale Games is an indie game developer which found surprising success producing episodic video games with lucrative intellectual property such as the Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, and Batman.
Next’s success against retail gloom is due to its adaptation to online sales and price competitiveness.
Newly opened discounter brand by Tesco Jack’s could struggle against Aldi and Lidl while eroding the company’s margins.
Nike chose Colin Kaepernick to be its poster boy for the 30th anniversary of the Just Do It campaign.
India based low-cost airline SpiceJet cargo expansion plans come at the right time amid increasing competition between passenger airlines and online retail growth SpiceJet will launch its dedicated cargo service SpiceXpress on 18 September 2018 and it is likely that the company will become an important player in the Indian cargo market.
Deutsche Bahn’s CEO has sent a candid letter to senior management calling for change, but it seems that reducing investment to boost profits is folly.
Kalashnikov electric car future could see some success domestically long term, but export and short-term prospects remain muted as the AK-47 assault rifle manufacturer ventures into the car industry.
The world’s most identifiable action camera manufacturer GoPro is beginning to turn around its financial performance in 2018, but faces three significant constraints to future success.
India’s top court has asked WhatsApp to respond to a petition, which puts the messaging app in breach of the Information Technology Act, 2000, which mandates an appointment of a Grievance officer for its users in India, according to local news reports.
After making numerous claims that it will operate in a fairer way, Amazon remains one of the highest profile UK tax avoiders.
Turkey’s financial crisis is unlikely to spark downturns in developed countries, but panic could spread to other developing countries.
Rolls-Royce latest financial results reveal new strategy is working but much work is required to reach financial safety.
Apple’s Q3 financial results exceeded Wall Street’s expectations thanks to increased selling prices of iPhone models.
Tata has ceased production of the Nano as marketing errors and a poor safety record failed to entice consumers.