Airbus managers at a facility in Britain have berated staff for dressing casually and spending too much time in the canteen.
A mixed bag of Chinese economic data this week has unnerved global markets and clouded the outlook for China's economic growth.
Britain's banks are not reporting the full extent of cyber attacks to regulators for fear of punishment or bad publicity.
Thousands of passengers were delayed worldwide after a computer glitch temporarily halted departures at United Airlines.
Ericsson has its credit rating cut by Moody’s after the it said it won’t reach the profit goals it had set for itself.
Martin Lorentzon, a co-founder of Swedish music service Spotify, is stepping down from his role as chairman at the company after 10 years.
Sony’s PlayStation VR could offer the first hint as to whether the technology can become a mainstream product.
McDonald’s has a turnaround plan that includes a push to sell more of its restaurants to franchisees.
Ride-hailing service Uber faces a federal lawsuit amid allegations that it has violated wheelchair accessibility laws.
The discontinuation of the Galaxy Note 7 phone will have ripple effects on Samsung’s operating profit for the next two quarters.
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Lithium-based batteries have been powering our portable devices for 25 years.
A legal bid to force the British government to seek parliamentary approval before starting the formal process of leaving the EU is under way.
Samsung Electronics offers financial incentives for customers in South Korea who exchange Galaxy Note 7 smartphones for other Samsung models.
Glencore jumped to a 15-month high in London as coal prices rose.