There is a danger the UK could be headed for a data sharing cliff edge in the financial services industry in the event of a hard Brexit, the House of Lords European Union financial affairs sub-committee was told today.
Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro won re-election on Sunday, ushering in another six-year term for controversial leader, and yet more uncertainty over the country’s future.
Supermarket giant Tesco has put its cards on the table by announcing the planned closure of its loss-making non-food website, Tesco Direct, in an effort to streamline operations and rid it of noncompetitive product lines as it prepares to increase investment into one online platform.
With just ten months to go before the UK formally leaves the European Union, it’s been revealed that the number of Britons becoming naturalised German citizens rose 162% in 2017 from the year before.
The European Union’s GDPR — formally known as General Data Protection Regulation — comes into effect this Friday and will be the biggest update to data protection laws in decades.
Marks & Spencer — a British high street fixture for more than 100 years and FTSE 100 constituent since its founding in 1984 — has admitted it must evolve or die.
Many of the newly appointed data protection officers (DPOs) appointed by businesses in order to comply with GDPR are not fit for purpose, a leading data protection lawyer has warned.
In 2017, China facilitated the creation of some 4,000 technology, media, and telecoms startups.
After months of rumours, Netflix has confirmed that Barrack and Michelle Obama are signed on for an extended ‘storytelling partnership’ with the streaming service.
The US will decide at the end of May whether Europe’s current exclusion from steel tariffs will be extended — and it doesn’t look likely.
US President Donald Trump’s administration appears to be ready to lift a ban on American companies selling hardware and software to Chinese telecoms company ZTE.
Spain has extended direct rule over Catalonia after yesterday recognising the powers of newly elected Catalan leader Quim Torra but objecting to his choice of councillors.
Tiger Woods might be making a comeback, but he will have a difficult time bettering Rory McIlroy, the man who took his place as golf’s biggest name.
Little-known university professor Giuseppe Conte is widely expected to be named Italy’s new Prime Minister, breaking the political deadlock that has brought the country’s government to a standstill over the last few weeks.
The number of climate change-related lawsuits filed against oil and gas companies has boomed over the last few years.
As Sterling drops below $1.34 this morning ahead of the next round of Brexit talks with Brussels tomorrow, the FTSE 100 blue-chip index has hit a fresh record high, touching 7,843 points.
In the US, organs are in such high demand that 20 people die every day waiting for a transplant.
Nicolas Maduro has declared victory in a controversial Venezuela election last night, winning another six years in office.
Snapchat users tend to be aged between 18 and 24, with 45% falling into this age group, and the app’s monthly active users reach more than 300 million.
Italy’s populist parties are on the verge of signing a government deal.
Earlier this month, Argentina’s Central Bank raised the country’s interest rate by 675 basis points to 40%.
Air France-KLM must clarify its market position as the lack of a clear strategy is the source of its financial problems.
The US Senate is making a last-ditch effort to save net neutrality, but the effort is likely to go nowhere.
US President Donald Trump has warned Kim Jong-un that if he doesn’t do a deal to surrender North Korea’s nuclear weapons, he could eventually suffer the same fate as Muammar Gaddafi through a so-called Libyan model.
PayPal has bought mobile payment company iZettle for a whopping $2.2 billion — taking the company a step closer to becoming a fully fledged bank.
Since 1871, English football teams have been competing for the FA Cup.
Human beings are clearly not fit-for-purpose when it comes to driving cars, buses and lorries – they tend to be too emotional, too erratic and too prone to suffer from fatigue and stress.
Oil prices continue to climb, with Brent hitting $80 a barrel earlier today.
Walmart is still winning the battle for US retail domination despite increased competition from the likes of Amazon.
Ocado shares rocketed on the news that it signed a partnership with the US supermarket chain Kroger.