JPMorgan Chase & Company CEO Jamie Dimon has been linked to a high-level job in Donald Trump's administration.
Rio Tinto terminates the contracts of two senior staffers after reviewing the findings of an internal investigation.
Chief Executive Officer Mark Langer resets the ailing German fashion house's strategy six months into the job.
Britain reportedly has no overall strategy for leaving the EU and splits in Theresa May's Cabinet could delay a negotiating position for months.
Popular messaging app Snapchat has filed for an initial public offering, according to sources familiar with the situation.
Twitter takes action after being accused of not doing enough to curb abusive behaviour on its platform.
Google delivers vote of confidence in London's future as a technological hub by announcing plans for a new building in King's Cross.
Banks based in Britain may start to relocate activities to other countries about 18 months before a British departure from the European Union.
A Chinese association asks Apple to probe reports that the devices have been shutting off and cannot be turned back on again.
UK inflation unexpectedly slowed in October, driven down by the price of clothing and university tuition fees.
Apple is weighing an expansion into digital glasses, a risky but potentially lucrative area of wearable computing, according to sources.
Google and Facebook announce measures to halt the spread of "fake news" on the internet by targeting how purveyors of phony content make money.
One of the world's most popular means of communication, Facebook's WhatsApp, adds fully encrypted video calling to its messaging app.
The undocumented youth temporarily shielded from deportation by President Barack Obama are worried they might be next in line.
German industrial giant Siemens is set to buy software firm Mentor Graphics for $4.5 billion.