The Guardian is one of the UK’s most popular newspapers but readers of both the physical newspaper and the website were faced with a new look today as the paper looks to make much-needed cost savings in an increasingly irrelevant newspaper industry.
This year we can expect to see large numbers of CRISPR (pronounced crisper) gene editing trials and we should not be afraid of this amazing new technology.
The bitcoin price is too high.
British law makers have called for a so-called latte levy on disposable coffee cups to combat poor recycling rates and help achieve landfill targets.
Christmas retail results have so far been mixed for the UK’s retailers.
Bitcoin (BTC) grabbed many of the headlines in last year, but right now it only represents 36 percent of the cryptocurrency market, according to Coinmarketcap.
The H&M share price has tumbled after it announced disappointing sales in its fourth quarter, citing changing consumer behaviour and reduced footfall.
Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox has agreed to sell its assets which include all of its entertainment businesses to Walt Disney at a tremendous $66bn deal.
UK phone retailer Dixons Carphone has revealed pre-tax profits fell 60 percent in the six months to the end of October on the same period last year.
The Qatar Eurofighter Typhoon deal is good news for BAE Systems but it should not disguise a stark reality: at present the jet is losing out badly to the French made Rafale, especially in what were formerly highly productive markets in the Arabian Gulf.
The US House of Representatives has passed legislation that forces states to recognise concealed-carry permits issued by other states, regardless of their own concealed carry laws.
With Amazon not stocking the Google Chromecast, the search giant has responded by removing its most popular app YouTube from Amazon’s streaming devices, the Fire Stick and Fire TV.
The US Navy’s much hyped railgun may never make it out of development as delays and costs mount.
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC)’s recommendation last week to repeal so-called net neutrality — rules that say all website traffic should be treated equally — will penalise regular people and smaller companies in the US, helping only internet service providers (ISPs) and large tech companies.
The involvement of the legendary Koch brothers in the Meredith Corporation’s $2.8bn purchase of rival publisher Time Inc is causing concern in the US.
Long regarded as being averse to change, the construction industry is entering a period of substantial adjustment.
It’s more-or-less back to the drawing board for German chancellor Angela Merkel her Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party after talks to form a so-called Jamaica coalition collapsed this week.
Los Angeles has recently been announced as the third city after Dubai and Dallas where ride hailing app Uber will launch UberAir.
Much has been made of the threat Brexit poses to London’s status as Europe’s leading financial centre, but while Brexit will undoubtedly necessitate some change in the banking landscape, predictions of London’s demise as a leading banking centre are wide of the mark.
Shares in investor darling Tesla — the US electric car maker led by chief exec Elon Musk — have tumbled as its third quarter financials revealed a burning cash flow problem and production delays, all amid widely publicised employee strife.
The world of financial services is changing.
On Sunday 61.5m people will cast two votes in the German elections — one for the candidate and the other for the party.
Car pollution, coal power, plastic pollution, rising sea levels and food scarcity are all big issues.
Euroscepticism is present in France but does not stem directly from voters.
Undoing the fatal mistake of relying on an overvalued currency does not correct matters.
Despite the hype around some of the biggest films at the Oscars tonight, many people will choose to download the films illegally rather than pay to see them.
Baidu (known as the ‘Google of China’) last year partnered up with KFC to form the first ever ‘smart restaurant’ in Beijing, China.