UK consumer spending fell for the third month in a row in July, the longest-running slump since February 2013, according to research from credit card giant Visa and financial services company IHS Markit.
There is an increasing number of companies using blockchain to see how it can cut costs and speed up transactions.
British Airways (BA) owner AIG reported a rise in profits despite an IT failure in May, which affected 75,000 passengers.
UK car production dropped by 13.7 percent in June compared to a year earlier — the third consecutive month of falling output.
Welsh startup, The Academy of Robotics (AOR), will be bringing its autonomous delivery vehicle, Kar-Go, to UK roads after securing new funding.
Sales of new diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned from 2040 as part of the UK government’s plans to tackle air pollution.
China is home to an interesting sharing economy phenomenon: bike-sharing startups.
South East Asian ride-hailing service Grab has raised $2.5bn (£1.9bn) from investors in a blow to one of its biggest industry competitors, Uber.
Air traffic controllers have said that UK skies are “exceptionally crowded” as the number of flights hits a record high.
Brian Cantwell road tests the 1.6 diesel Lounge 6-speed gearbox hatchback Fiat Tipo, with Xenon headlights, air con, rear parking sensors and sat-nav.
Considering the ride-sharing startup Uber is regarded as one of the most successful in the world, it is not without its problems.
The UK government has announced the companies that will be building the first phase of the HS2 high speed rail to connect London and Birmingham.
UK-based airline EasyJet will open a new European headquarters in Vienna, Austria amid Brexit uncertainty.
South African labor regulations now recognise Uber drivers as legal employees, rather than independent contractors.
The first phase of the long-delayed high-speed rail between Bangkok and southern China has finally been approved by Thailand’s military government.
The world’s largest airline, American Airlines is planning to move many of its critical applications to the IBM cloud as part of a huge digital transformation push.
As the largest carbon emission contributors, urban areas should be capable of tackling climate change without government support.
Swedish car company Volvo has become the first major car brand to announce it will exclusively make electric models from 2019.
Elon Musk, the serial entrepreneur and boss of Tesla Motors, has announced the company will deliver the first batch of mass market Model 3 fully electric sedans on 28 July.
Uber, the San Francisco-based ride-sharing app launched its speedboat service UberBoat in Croatia on Friday.
The UK government wants the country to be a leader in autonomous vehicle technology.
Government ministers in India approved plans to privatise Air India, the debt-laden national carrier on Wednesday.
A subway train veered off the tracks, crashing into a wall in northern Manhattan on Tuesday morning, injuring 34 people and causing transport chaos for commuters.
The auto industry was rocked in 2015 when it was revealed German car manufacturer Volkswagen (VW) was cheating on emissions tests.
Japanese car parts maker Takata filed for bankruptcy protection in the US and Japan on the weekend.
There’s a story about Paul McCartney that demonstrates how famous he is.
Travis Kalanick, the co-founder and CEO of ride hailing app Uber, has stepped down from the company.
Asia is arguably the most important part of the world for business today.
With price comparison sites offering more diversified services, one could be forgiven for wondering to what extent insurance is still a focus.
Heathrow Airport earlier warned passengers they might have to fly without their luggage today after a system failure.