The company saw its net loss deepen to $16.7 million from a loss of $11 million a year ago
Goldman Sachs has set up a disaster recovery trading floor at a WeWork office in London to enable the bank to continue operating in the event of a major disruption
Facebook has announced that Workplace, its communication and collaboration service for companies, will work with Portal devices, which so far have been marketed for consumers, competing with the likes of Zoom and Skype
U.S. is looking at ways to channel money to Huawei’s European rivals. American officials are increasingly concerned with the Chinese company’s rise and threat in the global race to the next generation of mobile communication technology.
The Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX) has said it will drop its £32 billion offer for the London Stock Exchange Group (LSE) after failing to win sufficient shareholder support
Samsung Electronics is set to report a significant drop in operating profits in the three months that ended in September
Oracle Corporation (ORCL) plans to hire nearly 2,000 additional workers as part of a plan to roll out its cloud computing services to more locations around the world
HSBC is reportedly planning to cut up to 10,000 jobs as interim chief executive officer (CEO) Noel Quinn seeks to reduce costs across the banking group
German engineering and technology company Robert Bosch (ROBG) is launching a production of silicon carbide automotive chips, to address the anxiety that deters many drivers from switching to electric vehicles
Apple (AAPL) has acquired the UK-based visual effects company iKinema, which develops “full body” motion-capture software for games and movies
Major British department store group John Lewis has informed shopping centre landlords that it will withhold 20% of this quarter’s service charge seeking to cut costs
American online payments system PayPal is on the verge of quitting Facebook’s Libra project after having pulled out of a vital meeting in Washington on Thursday
Police and intelligence agencies are to be given accelerated access to electronic communications sent by terrorists, serious crime gangs and white-collar criminals, under a new agreement between the U.S. and the UK.
Uber is launching a new app on Friday that will match temporary workers looking for shift work with businesses looking to fill gaps in their timetables, according to three people familiar with the matter
Chinese tech giant Huawei has bought a stake in the company that commercialises research at Oxford University