Attendance at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, cybersecurity’s premier event, declined this year for the first time, despite tremendous demand for security technology and talent.
CYBG takeover of Virgin Money will help rejuvenate UK challenger banks and provide competition to leading players.
The German housing crisis is deepening due to the government’s poorly implemented, half-baked policy.
Cases of tick-borne diseases are on the rise globally, with Lyme disease patients increasing by over three-fold in the US alone in the past couple years.
HelloFresh has expanded into 600 US supermarkets this month in a bid to reach more customers.
The US has maintained a significant trade deficit for decades, but imposing the new President Trump tariffs will unlikely lead to improving the situation.
UK-based Poundworld’s introduction of multi-price retailing and smaller product sizes has failed to shore up margins, and the discounter has been forced to appoint administrators today.
Imagine the scene.
Mid-market players Marks & Spencer and Debenhams stand to gain the most from the planned closures of 31 House of Fraser stores, should landlords accept its proposed Company Voluntary Agreement.
US President Trump’s proposed tariffs on China could ignite a US-China trade war and destabilise an already shaky pharma industry.
For larger companies with legacy infrastructure, a best of breed approach (the integration of several products from multiple vendors), has been favoured as a common IT strategy.
UK petrol and diesel prices on the forecourts hit a 3-year high in 2018 and they look unlikely to slow down anytime soon unless OPEC can increase production.
Coffee giant JAB Holdings has announced the purchase of a majority stake in Pret A Manger in a deal reportedly worth £1.5bn.
The early and accurate diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in children is crucial.
Around the world, companies are unable to hire enough workers due to a cybersecurity skills shortage.
As the smartphone market mature, storied brands such as Sony, LG, and HTC are struggling to compete against Apple and Samsung.
Frustrated after nearly a year of legislative impotence and threatened with the imminent loss of campaign contributions if promised tax cuts were not delivered by the end of 2017, the final two months of 2017 saw Congress’ slender Republican majority hastily cobble together and then enact a ‘tax reform’ package.
Wesfarmers has finally managed to extricate itself from the UK, selling its Homebase operation to Hilco for £1, in what appears to be the only sensible decision it has made during the two-year debacle.
Most retailers have been dreading this – GDPR is finally coming into force in the European Union today.
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.
In 2017, China facilitated the creation of some 4,000 technology, media, and telecoms startups.
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.
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.
A landmark ruling yesterday by the US Supreme Court has sent shares in UK bookmakers soaring.
The sharp increase in the value of cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and monero has resulted in windfall profits for early investors.
At Google’s annual Google I/O developer conference, the search giant showcased a number of impressive implementations of artificial intelligence.
The Xbox’s Kinect sensor was initially heralded as a game changer for the console.
How clean is your sunscreen?
Postal services are already under pressure because people are sending fewer letters by mail, but Shipping by Amazon could mean their envelope is well and truly licked.