McDonald’s tweaks its menu in a bid to attract consumers looking for healthier, less-processed fare.
Britain’s departure from the European Union may turn out to be the most tortured divorce in history.
Elon Musk says Tesla’s $2.6 billion takeover of SolarCity is no bailout.
Picture-sharing app Instagram tests a new feature designed to tackle harassment.
German carrier Lufthansa predicts a difficult second half of the year amid rising passenger concern over terrorism.
It took 50 Lego builders more than 2 500 hours to create a unique model in time for the 2016 Olympic Games.
BMW’s second-quarter profit climbs 7.9 percent as it keeps a tight hold on costs to offset a reliance on less-expensive vehicles.
A New Jersey man has filed what may be the first lawsuit against Niantic and Nintendo over the hit Pokemon Go app.
Microsoft raises $19.75 billion in the third-largest US corporate bond sale of the year to help finance its planned purchase of LinkedIn.
British manufacturers slam on brakes after Brexit vote and factories in China, Japan and elsewhere in Asia offer crumbs of comfort.
Ride-hailing service Uber is reportedly planning to merge its China operations with Didi Chuxing in a $35bn deal.
Drug manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline teams up with Google’s parent company to research and develop bioelectronic medicines.
Sony rose to its highest since November after the games division helped the conglomerate blow past quarterly results expectations.
Nintendo shares declined after the hit game Pokemon GO dropped from the top of app download charts in Japan.
Tesla’s Elon Musk is reading an obscure work by South African journalist William Bolitho. At this point in time, it figures.