Drug manufacturer Pfizer decides not to split into two separate companies after an “extensive evaluation”.
Microsoft partners with Adobe Systems to offer cloud-based products to their large mutual customer base.
The Red Planet holds a particular fascination for Elon Musk - and his speech at the 67th International Astronautical Congress ...
Dick S. Danielsen’s childhood dream was to sail the biggest ships in the world. He got his chance on the Majestic Maersk.
Aviation industry backs UN proposal to limit pollution from international flights - even though the measure could cost companies $24bn annually.
The latest complaint against Yahoo was filed in federal court in San Jose, California, last week.
Mining titan BHP Billiton faces a tough battle to hold on to its credit score.
Salesforce.com and other companies eyeing Twitter might pay more than $16bn to get their hands on the social-media platform’s valuable data.
Hotel operator Marriott International plans to almost double its workforce in the Middle East and Africa over the next three years.
The startup behind the popular messaging app has made its first foray into consumer electronics.
After losing patience with traditional real-estate brokers, home-owners are taking a risk and putting their properties up for auction.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology and 13 other schools said they would offer online graduate-level courses for free, open to all.
A house-flipper from Florida crowdfunded nine deals totalling more than $9m through RealtyShares over the last two years.
Pig farmer Shen Jian-Ping is in the vanguard of a new approach to livestock management in a country that consumes half the planet’s pork.
When spenders and savers pair up, finances can get a little tricky.