A potential US ban on the sale of menthol cigarettes shows British American Tobacco must invest more in alternatives.
Creating and maintaining an effective culture takes hard work and attention, so why then does senior management spend so little time managing it and improving it?
A new study pegs the global economic value of Wi-Fi at nearly $2 trillion, on par with tech giants Apple and Amazon.
While the IBM buy of open-source software company Red Hat was historic in many ways, especially the $34bn price tag, little is known how IBM’s executives are planing to carry out this mega-merger with a company whose culture and technology differs vastly from its own.
Facebook is experiencing falling advertising revenue from its stalwart product—News Feed.
Self-driving taxi’s will be here before you know it; are you ready to hail an autonomous cab?
Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee is tackling digital privacy concerns with a new toolkit that allows developers to build decentralised applications that shift data storage and access control back to the user.
Since taking the reins at Cisco in 2015, CEO Chuck Robbins has projected an image of stability, even as the company navigates tricky challenges like the move from hardware-centric to software-defined networks.
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.
It should surprise no one that a “Brexit strategy advisory firm” is a thing that exists.
Acquired by Amazon for $970m in 2014, the streaming platform, Twitch, which is most associated with people broadcasting them playing videogames, was one of the internet giant’s largest acquisitions.
Data and analytics have historically belonged to the technological elite, those able to understand the subtleties of inner vs outer database joins or those willing to learn the difference between a scatter plot and histogram.
Original content is at the heart of Netflix’s strategy, with titles such as ‘Orange is the New Black’ and ‘Stranger Things’ becoming pop-culture staples, but Netflix debt is growing in an attempt to remain ahead.
Millions of Yahoo email account users from across the globe will soon be eligible for damages, to a collective tune of $50m, to compensate for arguably the biggest data privacy security breach in modern history.
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.
From coffee to fish to palm oil, blockchain, a digital ledger technology, is being applied to global food supply chains in ways that promise to benefit producers, distributors, retailers and consumers.
Comcast’s recent $39bn winning bid for Sky, and corollary acquisition of Fox’s 39% stake for another $15bn, will take Comcast’s total debt load above $100bn mark.
UK airline Flybe’s struggles are largely due to Brexit factors and a weak wider market, rather than a poor performance internally.
Once a leader in the US prepaid market, ZTE is disappearing from prepaid operator shelves thanks to its troubles with the US government.
Thailand received over 35 million international tourists last year, equivalent to more than half the country’s population, according to GlobalData.
Grocers should consider introducing more widespread deposit and return schemes instead of waiting for government action, since 88.9% of UK consumers stated that they would be likely to use a scheme as environmental concerns move higher up their agendas.
In January 2018, the Republican-led US Federal Communications Commission issued the “Restoring Internet Freedom Order,” eliminating net neutrality rules and ceding management of any alleged violations to the US Consumer Protection Commission.
US fashion giant Michael Kors confirmed the purchase of the historic Italian fashion house Versace, for a sum of $2.1bn.
The adoption of cloud services in the Asia-Pacific region is accelerating as cloud providers expand their presence across the region and China’s Alibaba Cloud becomes a force to be reckoned with in this market.
Talk of 5G has been around for so long that it already feels like an old technology event even though it isn’t commercially available yet.
Text messaging has always been a staple of the mobile phone.
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.
There’s a 5G arms race in North America!
5G is here, via the Verizon 5G launch of its home broadband service, even though it looks suspiciously like 4G.. But that’s OK: carriers are just monetizing the foundation they need to build today in order to provide the full 5G services we’ll enjoy in the next decade.