Panama Canal expansion triples the size of ships that can travel the famous maritime waterway.
Major German companies are investing in ambitious new buildings designed to attract top staff and encourage innovation.
A Moscow security firm has developed technology that lets companies eavesdrop on mobile calls made on their premises.
China’s increasingly price-savvy wine buffs are driving a boom in online trade.
Coffee-growers in Colombia are bracing for heavy La Nina rains which could hurt the country's harvest.
Google can see a future where robots help us unload the dishwasher and sweep the floor. The challenge is making them follow the rules.
Online competition and rocketing rents have put London's jewellery craftsmen under pressure.
Zimbabwe needs to bring in more than 250 000 tons of maize from Mexico to fill the shortfall caused by the severe drought.
The average cost of electricity from a photovoltaic system is forecast to plunge as much as 59% by 2025.
Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund is suing Toshiba for losses on its investments.
Brands and intellectual property must be protected and counterfeits are unacceptable, says Alibaba’s Jack Ma.
Grocer Tesco reports a second straight quarter of UK sales growth - the first time it’s done so in five years.
Zimbabwe’s Hwange Colliery plans to slash 1 500 jobs this year to make it more viable, says Deputy Mines Minister Fred Moyo.
Elon Musk’s plan to merge Tesla with SolarCity has him confronting a rare case of investor unrest.
Apple chief Tim Cook’s recent charm offensive in India may have paved the way for the company to spread its wings there.