The Chinese economy grew faster than expected in the second quarter, expanding 6.9 percent.
Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods signals that it intends to be a major player in the grocery sector, but the $13.7bn deal also brings all kinds of other opportunities for Amazon to exploit its technological advancements.
The EY Item Club, the economic forecasting group, has lowered its forecast for the UK’s GDP growth from 1.8 percent to 1.5 percent in 2017.
Within a year, online pornography websites for UK viewers will be required to age gate — what is stop under age people from accessing their sites.
One year after the Brexit vote, money transfer customers in the UK have demonstrated long-term resilience despite the devaluation of the pound, according to report published by Small World FS today.
UK local government is falling short when it comes to gender equality and is in need of urgent reform, according to a year-long study published today by women’s charity the Fawcett Society.
US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen has suggested the central bank will continue to gradually increase interest rates over the next few years.
Optimism has deteriorated in the three months to June in the financial services sector, with many companies concerned about the impact of Brexit on their operations, according to a survey from the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) and accountancy PwC published today.
Global sugar demand is forecast to increase over the next decade, according to the latest figures from the OECD and UN Food and Agricultural Organization (UNFAO).
When it comes to enterprise software, operational efficiency trumps bells and whistles every time.
London’s High Court has rejected a claim by campaigners that Britain’s multi-billion-pound arms sales to Saudi Arabia should be halted, saying the decision to continue arming the country was neither “not irrational nor unlawful”.
US employment was up by more than Wall Street economists had expected last month, Labor Department figures published on Friday revealed.
Real household disposable income in the UK is falling at the fastest rate for more than five years, according to data published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) on Thursday.
Choosing where in the world to do business has never been simple — today it’s harder than ever
Federal Reserve policymakers were split on the pace of future interest rate rises, according to the minutes of the Fed’s last policy meeting on June 13-14.
Tencent, China’s biggest gaming and social media firm by revenue, lost $15.1bn in market value on Tuesday after announcing plans to limit the time children spend on its number one game.
A new data-focused accelerator programme, Data Pitch, has opened applications for European startups to apply for funding.
When the Google DeepMind NHS partnership was launched in 2015 it was seen as an exciting new collaboration – an artificial intelligence (AI) startup working with the NHS to improve treatment for patients.
How often do you think of leaving the UK for green pastures?
Snapchat, the image messaging and multimedia mobile app, introduced a new feature on Wednesday, promoted as a “new way to explore the world”.
Nearly every registered American voter has been left vulnerable to theft on a public Amazon cloud server by a marketing firm contracted by the Republican National Committee (RNC).
With price comparison sites offering more diversified services, one could be forgiven for wondering to what extent insurance is still a focus.
It’s less than a year until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes in and it looks like the new regulations could be very costly for financial institutions (FIs).
Dash cam uptake in the UK has risen and could be used as an opportunity by insurers to provide another way for customers to earn discounts on their car insurance premiums.
Almost all of the world’s top 10 biggest cities for multi-millionaires added more over the past year
British prime minister Theresa May will today urge G7 leaders today to join her in pushing for technology companies to step up their efforts to counter online extremism.
In some of the world’s biggest cities almost one in every 30 people you meet will be a millionaire
Many metro and subway maps often look nothing like how they do in the real world.