Danish former incumbent telecom provider TDC has been front and centre of acquisition drama unfolding in the Nordics.
Huawei and ZTE have been under fire from US government officials before, but people are now being advised not to buy the companies’ phones.
The UK leaving the European Union won’t just change our trading relationships, it will change what we eat.
Can a huge UK music festival make public shaming of disposable plastic bottles and cups a thing by banning plastic bottles?
Airbnb is evolving as a company, aiming to be involved with all aspects of the travel experience.
David Attenborough’s influence on the British drinks industry has never been greater.
By the year 2020 half of workers in the US will be working remotely as cities become more congested and workers demand flexible hours.
For Amazon the largest part of its revenue still comes from retail, but some growth potential could lie in the overlooked income stream of advertising.
Former South Africa president Jacob Zuma summed his refusal to accept his economic failings in his final press conference: “What is it I have done?” Departing as a president who appeared insouciant to scandal, Zuma was disconcertingly lacking in coherent economic policy and seemingly unaware of his own role in the troubles faced by the
The popularity of music events and festivals is increasing globally and opportunities exist not just in hosting events, but in incorporating them into national tourism strategies.
In-flight airplane wifi has been slow to deploy and where it has done it’s underwhelmed.
Consumer goods giant Unilever has threatened to stop advertising on social media platforms that are “divisive”, threatening millions of dollars of online advertising spend.
The US Senate passed the country’s first major tax reform in over 30 years last month, and the ramifications on the pharmaceutical industry could be vast.
Wearable devices can be used to detect the early signs of diabetes using an artificial intelligence (AI) network called DeepHeart and developed by Cardiogram, a study has found.
When three giants of their respective industries strike an alliance around US healthcare, the world – and markets – take notice.
The UK is struggling to keep up with the growing number of patients at local GP surgeries.
Contrast the fortunes of Twitter with that of the UK national press group Express Newspapers.
Europe has numerous cities that are considered romantic and are consequently popular among tourists who take a city break to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Mobile World Congress (MWC) is the world’s largest telecom trade show.
China’s so-called Social Credit System has attracted worldwide attention and has been recognised as the beginning of a dystopian future, whereby society is essentially controlled by rules set by the government.
Earlier this week US president Donald Trump described the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) as “going broke and not working.” Although many were quick to criticise him this description may hit too close to home for some in the NHS.
The Dow Jones recorded its largest one-day point drop in history yesterday, leaving investors spooked.
The Internet of Things (IoT) offers businesses the opportunity to make savings, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it improves the lives of workers.
It may be no surprise to hear that online retail giant Amazon UK is prospering but the level of its success should worry the entire retail industry.
Fact-checkers get facts wrong, too.
Meet the bartender of the future: you.
Managing databases is hugely time consuming for companies that deal with a lot of data, but artificial intelligence is here to help.
Recreational marijuana is gradually being legalised across a number of countries worldwide — decriminalising cannabis in an attempt to generate new economic activity, not least in the tourism industry.
In its domestic market of Canada, Tim Hortons is an institution.
China’s recent ban on importing plastic waste means UK businesses and the government is under pressure to rethink their plastic waste strategy.