Streaming service Netflix reveals that a price increase slashed subscriber growth to a three-year low.
New York University economics professor Paul Romer will soon replace Kaushik Basu at the World Bank.
Yahoo’s latest results reflect its “lowest cost structure and headcount in a decade”, according to CEO Marissa Mayer.
IBM has increased revenue for the first time in a key unit - cognitive solutions.
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway agrees to buy Medical Liability Mutual Insurance.
Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta challenged international organisations to foster better partnerships with African nations.
Researchers have found that teenagers and adults live in distinct worlds when it comes to social media - especially Instagram.
In 2015, Microsoft pledged to get Windows 10 on a billion devices within two to three years. It’s struggling to reach that goal.
Several European states want British Prime Minister Theresa May to know that their patience has limits.
German shipping firm Hapag-Lloyd inks merger deal with United Arab Shipping Company to create globe’s fifth-largest container company.
Whoever wins the bidding battle for Yahoo will face the difficult task of whittling down a company burdened by a very high cost structure.
The success of Pokemon GO shows the potential for Nintendo to capitalise on popular characters ranging from Zelda to Super Mario.
Japan’s SoftBank has agreed to purchase UK chip designer ARM Holdings.
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Anger, aggression and road rage: America’s motorists are not a happy bunch, according to a survey.