Virgin Australia moves to cut debt and cover restructuring costs as it targets lucrative Chinese tourist traffic.
Twitter’s future has come into focus as the industry ponders the outlook for social networks.
Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms have emerged as leading sources of news for people with smartphones.
Berkshire Hathaway boss Warren Buffett says the anonymous bidder who paid around $3m for a meal with him is a woman.
US retail sales rise more than expected in May as Americans buy automobiles and a range of other goods.
Alibaba’s revenue growth will accelerate this fiscal year as it provides its first financial forecast since going public in 2014.
LinkedIn is generally a place where people go when they’re looking for work, and Microsoft Office is a tool they use to actually do work.
The way we get electricity is about to change dramatically, as the era of ever-expanding demand for fossil fuels comes to an end.
Apple improves iMessage and its voice-activated assistant Siri to help fend off competition from rivals.
Keen to soar above Sao Paulo's notorious traffic jams? Ride-hailing app Uber is offering to make that dream a reality.
Hamburger titan McDonald’s plans to move its headquarters to Chicago to lure younger professionals.
First Solar, Enel SA and Neoen SAS have won contracts to develop two photovoltaic power projects in Zambia.
Sony shares reversed declines in Tokyo trading after the company announced a release date for its virtual-reality headset.
KPMG quits as Fifa’s auditing firm as soccer’s world governing body races to clean up a reputation dented by claims of corruption.
Brazilian miner Vale SA says a civil lawsuit seeking environmental and property damages for the deadly Samarco disaster has been dismissed.