German skincare brand Nivea has found itself in hot water after its latest lotion advert has been branded ‘racist’.
Yves Saint Laurent is one of the biggest names in fashion, even years after his death.
It used to be that we would have to rely on major companies to create useful new products for us.
US secretary of state Rex Tillerson will deliver his first major policy speech on India at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), a think tank based in Washington today.
Alphabet’s connectivity initiative, known as Google Project Loon, is going to become its own company.
Having dominated sport in the 1990s, former football star George Weah is on the verge of reaching the pinnacle of Liberian politics.
Hillary Clinton is coming to the UK.
Companies are testing smart bots — designed to understand natural language and human emotions — and improve the customer experience.
You know what they say about business: sometimes its a gamble.
Ever had to strike up a conversation with that old friend that you haven’t spoken to in years just to ask where they got those pancakes that they just posted on their Snapchat Story?
Mental health issues will cost the global economy $925bn this year and the number of people affected is increasing.
10 October is World Mental Health Day, as the likes of the World Health Organization and Mind come together to promote, educate and inform the public on mental health issues.
The business world is a male-dominated one.
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Google will no longer force news providers to offer free content if they want articles to appear high in the search engine’s results.
The entrepreneurial world descends on Boston this week for the Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit, as the influencer world welcomes the 30 Under 30 class of 2017 into their ranks.
Twitter has announced that it is trialling a new 280-character limit, doubling the length of the classic 140-character tweet.
The Chinese government has interfered with WhatsApp, the instant messaging service, in a censorship push ahead of a Communist Party meeting on October 18.
Paris has been the target of several terrorist attacks since 2015.
German chancellor Angela Merkel has secured victory in the German federal elections, according to exit polls just out.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg made headlines a few years back when he purchased 700 acres of land on Kauai, Hawaii’s fourth biggest island.
The annual Global Citizen Festival is set to get even bigger this year, as major acts such as Stevie Wonder, Pharrell Williams and Green Day take to the stage throughout a week of music, entertainment and charity.
Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal and an early investor in Facebook, has returned his attention to the fledgling insurtech scene by leading a $10m investment into Berlin-based startup Coya.
There are currently hundreds of extremist videos available on YouTube.
UK prime minister Theresa May will be meeting her French counterpart, president Emmanuel Macron to discuss ways to tackle online extremism this week.
Snapchat, the video and photo messaging app, has agreed to block users from accessing Al Jazeera content in response to demands from the Saudi government.
This year Vice Media found itself worth nearly $6bn.