After a series of corporate takeovers people are beginning to wonder what the craft beer definition is.
UK telco giant BT has reported a three percent decline in third quarter revenue and a one percent fall in underlying profit before tax.
Vodafone has revealed revenue slipped in its final three months of the year — but as mobile data continues to grow, Vodafone is in a good position.
Soft drinks are facing another challenging year amid ongoing negativity around sugar and a looming sugar tax in the UK.
9 Mobile, the fourth largest Nigerian mobile operator, is in the process of being sold off that could change the competitive dynamics in one of the largest mobile markets in Africa.
In the pharmaceutical industry one well performing drug can make or break a company’s year.
This year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will likely break attendance records.
South Africa telco MTN has launched South Africa’s first 5G trial, racking up blistering download speeds of more than 20 gigabytes a second.
Department stores are struggling, with poor sales, over supply of space and increasing costs.
Across Europe there is a huge disparity between the countries that use the most mobile data each month and the least.
By the end of 2017, Egypt will become just the second country in Africa and the Middle East to reach 100mn mobile phone subscribers, putting Egypt soaring well above the likes of Turkey and Saudi Arabia.
Just €10 a month buys a lot of data across Europe but people in some countries have it much better than others.
Telecom revenue in Saudi Arabia forecast to reach $12.6bn in 2017 as the market opens up.
The reported collapse of the Sprint T-Mobile merger has pushed down the shares in both of them but it is good news for others.
Both Harrods and Selfridges have announced impressive double-digit sales growth and grown their combined share of the UK department stores market by 40 percent over the last five years.
By the end of 2017 there will be 20.1m active smartphone subscriptions in Kenya, a 16 percent increase from the end of last year, according to GlobalData numbers.
Do you feel like you see high street Christmas lights earlier every year?
Despite China set to overtake the US as the world’s largest economy in the next few years, the US is still way out ahead in terms of wealth.
In all developed countries around the world women are more likely than men to be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
Despite a rise in awareness of the dangers of sun damage to the skin the number of people diagnosed with melanoma is expected to rise in both men and women between now and 2026.
Small Cells – low-power, short range wireless base stations – were billed as a revolution in wireless network architectures when they first emerged over a decade ago.
People own more connected devices — whether that’s laptops, phones, or tablets — than ever in the UK.
US streaming company Netflix has announced plans to raise prices in the US and the UK — the company’s biggest market and its biggest market outside of North America respectively.
North America — led by the US — has maintained its dominant position in the technology merger and acquisition (M&A) deals market in the first half of 2017.
The majority of phones sold in the US as handsets to be topped up with credit– so-called prepaid phones — are budget models but phone company strategies are changing.
People in Finland are getting through up to 10 times more mobile data each month than their European neighbours.
Next year will mark an upheaval in the clothing retail industry that’s been brewing for 10 years.
Over the past years, several telecommunications markets around the world have become increasingly competitive.
UK-based wealth managers are uncertain what effect the new EU regulations will have on their relationships with clients.
Global oil and gas production is expected to increase by 2.6 percent to 2021, according to GlobalData estimates.