A new Kickstarter project hopes cyclists can say bye bye to blindspots.
The Softmaker Office Suite, WorkflowMax and Socedo are just a few programs you’ll need when starting your business — and they won’t break your bank.
Brexit shook global financial markets so hard that some saw parallels with the financial crisis of 2008. Through all the economic and political uncertainties, the vote will fundamentally change Britain and Europe. This week, Edward McBride speaks to our team of correspondents about the turmoil in the markets, the future of Britain’s banking industry and if there is anything regulators or politicians can do to save the City. Sacha Nauta, our European…Continue reading
Companies won’t survive without a marketing strategy that radiates in many directions.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Oracle Corp is selling more cloud-based business software than traditional licensed products in Latin America, executives said on Tuesday, underscoring how remote computing has spurred demand from smaller businesses in new markets…
Creative organizations are curious to know how they can grow the resources that grow the company
Hiral Sanghavi and his wife raised more than $11 million to design and manufacture a jacket that aims to solve logistical pain points for road warriors.
It’s a major milestone today for a Google product that never lived up to its hype.
BRUSSELS – Alphabet’s Google may face a third EU antitrust charge as soon as next month, this time focusing on its revenue mainstay AdWords ad placement service, three people familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.
Nigel Farage, leader of the U.K. Independence Party, said market slumps following the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union are “rubbish”.
The VIX and the S&P 500 are experiencing a historic divergence this week. Here’s what’s going on.
Volkswagen on Tuesday announced that it has reached an agreement to settle claims arising from the emissions scandal that has plagued the company since its discovery two years ago. The company has agreed to set up a $10 billion funding pool to buy back or terminate leases of diesel vehicles sold in the United States. Volkswagen had used software to cheat on emissions tests.
GROWING up a British, and specifically an English person, is bound to have some effect on one’s personality. Just supporting the national sports team induces a sense of perpetual disappointment, as the recent loss to Iceland has illustrated. There is a trait of self-deprecation, which Americans sometimes struggle to understand, and which masks a (probably unjustified) pride in our national sense of humour.
History also plays its part. Britons have benefited from a global version of the QWERTY syndrome; our ancestors defeated the French in the battle for European control of North America. Not only did this establish English as the global language, but the natural alliance with America helped Britain win two world wars. The use of English and the country’s geographical position has made Britain a natural base for international business and finance. By being on the “right side” of…Continue reading
The U.K.’s Brexit vote has not triggered a “Lehman moment” in financial markets, the vice-president of the ECB told CNBC on Tuesday.