The apparent lack of interest in Twitter by potential suitors may force the social media company to consider some dramatic moves.
Can London’s famed ability to attract international talent and wealth survive a hard Brexit?
A 1970s-era office building has been transformed into Amsterdam’s newest destination for music, dance and good food.
AB InBev has turned to kitchen and closet brews, buying one of the largest suppliers for do-it-yourself beer-makers.
Career website Glassdoor is releasing a new tool to help employees find out if what they are earning is fair, based on a number of factors.
American workers not only put in more hours than workers do almost anywhere else, they’re also increasingly retiring later.
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Google opens a pop-up store in New York’s trendy Soho neighbourhood to let people get their hands on new devices.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May marks her 100th day in office today following a clash with her European counterparts.
BHP Billiton’s chairman, 68-year-old Jacques Nasser, will not seek re-election to the board next year.
Microsoft’s quarterly sales and earnings topped analysts’ estimates, boosted by growing demand for cloud-based software and services.
British American Tobacco has offered to buy US tobacco company Reynolds American in a $47bn deal.
Brazilian prosecutors have charged 22 people for their roles in the collapse of a tailings dam last November.
European Central Bank keeps its ultra-loose monetary policy unchanged, but leaves the door open to more stimulus in December.
Global wine production is expected to fall this year, due to adverse weather that sharply cut output in France and South America.