Healthy sales of memory chips and displays are expected to ease the pain of Samsung’s Note 7 woes.
Bank of England speeches and reports are too complicated to be understood by a broad audience, according to a study of their reading-grade level.
The British government will consider whether to make it more difficult for companies to hire foreign workers under a new drive to cut immigration.
Dan Och must now try to convince investors to stick with his firm.
Lucara Diamond Corporation completes first stage of key upgrade to processing plant at Karowe mine in Botswana.
Facebook is releasing a feature called Marketplace that will let users post items for sale and shop for things to buy.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s reported compensation fell 3.3% to $17.7m in the software maker’s latest fiscal year.
Google’s latest hardware initiatives are expected to be showcased at the company’s San Francisco event this week.
British Prime Minister Theresa May says she will trigger the process to leave the EU by the end of March.
Advertisers are in a dizzying race to connect with customers as new mobile-borne social media platforms emerge and evolve.
Amazon’s numbers in India tell the story of its plans there: 80 million products for sale, 120 000 merchants and more than two dozen warehouses.
Britain needs a new fiscal plan to navigate the turbulence caused by the nation’s vote to leave the EU, says Finance Minister Philip Hammond.
Elin McCoy samples the latest wine apps for smartphone users and uncorks the good, the bad and the ugly.
Major movie theatre companies in the US are steadily adding seat reservations in a bid to attract more customers.
Women account for a fraction of the richest people in eight of the globe’s wealthiest countries, according to a study by ...