UK fintech firm Revolut has joined the country’s ranks of so-called unicorns after being valued at more than $1 billion.
It is highly likely that Britain will strike a Brexit deal with the European Union, according to David Davis, who is leading the UK’s negotiations with Brussels.
Saudi Arabia has announced an overhaul of its private sector as part of its Vision 2030 plan to raise between $9 billion and $11 billion in non-oil revenues by 2030, as it tries to position itself away from a dependence on fossil fuels.
French President Emmanuel Macron arrived at the White House armed with a plan to preserve the Iran nuclear deal that is due to expire next month unless US President Donald Trump extends it.
It’s unlikely that Facebook user data obtained by political consultancy Cambridge Analytica was used for US President Donald Trump’s presidential election campaign, according to Aleksandr Kogan, the data scientist behind the app that harvested information from 87 million Facebook accounts.
Facebook has revealed long-held secrets on how it polices the social network and why it bans certain content.
The leader of North Korea Kim Jong-un will be served a trademark Swiss potato dish called rosti at the opening of a historic Korean summit on Friday, South Korea’s Blue House has said.
The Metro Bank share price rose this morning ahead of a high-stakes shareholder meeting where at least one top investor is planning to vote against the reappointment of the bank’s founding chairman, Vernon Hill.
Shares in Spanish bank Banco Santander dipped at the London opening this morning after the bank posted a 10% rise in first quarter profits.
Armenia’s Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan has resigned after week-long protests against his ten-year rule.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) summit has opened in Doha, with delegates from countries around the world coming together to talk about the future of aviation in one of fastest growing markets.
The EU is considering a massive budgetary overhaul that will see tens of billions of euros in funding redirected from Central and Eastern Europe to countries still struggling after the financial crisis such as Spain and Greece.
Every sector of UK society is dominated by men, a survey by gender equality charity the Fawcett Society has revealed.
China’s trade with North Korea fell 60% in the first quarter of 2018 compared to the same period last year, falling to $483 million, customs data has today revealed.
Direct flights to the US by Russia’s flagship carrier Aeroflot could be halted by visa delays for airline staff, according to the Russian Foreign Ministry.
This year’s London Marathon will take the total the race has raised for charity to over £900 million ($1.2 billion) in its 38 years.
Consumer goods giant Unilever — the third largest company on the FTSE 100 — could be facing a shareholder revolt over plans to overhaul its structure, which includes ditching its London headquarters for Rotterdam.
China’s largest tropical island Hainan will expand visa-free travel to tourists from 33 countries from May.
A state-sponsored Russian home router hack in the UK and US has the potential to bring down national infrastructure, including air traffic control centres, experts have warned.
A wave of parties and campaigns calling for a second referendum on the final Brexit deal is sweeping Britain.
India is home to one of the world’s largest and fastest growing smartphone markets, which is expected to increase further due to population rises and competitive prices.
Saudi Arabia’s crown prince Mohammed bin Salman arrived back in the Kingdom today after wrapping up a five country global tour.
Foreign Ministers from 22 Arab states will gather in the eastern city of Dammam in Saudi Arabia this weekend for the 29th Arab League Summit.
US President Donald Trump has ordered the creation of a task force to review the financial difficulties of the US Postal Service (USPS).
The UK public is widely against a UK attack on Syria, a new poll has found.
A British aerospace firm developing a new type of engine has announced that US plane-makers Boeing and British engineering giant Rolls-Royce have invested in the project.
New Zealand is to stop issuing permits for oil and gas exploration in a bid to reduce the country’s carbon footprint.
The United Arab Emirates prides itself as one of the last bastions of moderation and stability in a region racked with war, religious strife and economic malaise.
The boss of UK fashion retailer Asos has revealed he hopes to ditch plastic and switch to reusable packaging.
International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Christine Lagarde has warned countries that a looming trade war risks “tearing apart” the World Trade Organisation’s global economic order.