The number of iPhone owners using Apple Pay has doubled over the past 12 months, according to new estimates.
The number of pre-owned homes sold in the US fell at its fastest rate for three years in January.
Broadcom has cut its offer in the hostile takeover bid for rival chipmaker Qualcomm from $121bn to $117bn.
Apple is in talks to buy stocks of cobalt to ensure long-term battery supplies for its iPhones and iPads.
VW has agreed a 4.3% pay rise for its workers to end the first strikes at its factories in 14 years.
Oil is likely to remain a critical component of the world’s energy mix for at least the next two decades, according to a new report from BP.
The UK’s productivity has improved for the second successive quarter, according to the latest figures. Output per hour rose 0.8% in the fourth quarter of 2017 compared with the same period in 2017
Negative user reviews of Snap’s new app interface has prompted Citi to downgrade the stock to a ‘sell’. A review chart published by App Annie showed the number of 1-star ratings given to Snap rocketed from 28% to 86%
The US Congress is to investigate the rise of cryptocurrencies with a view to imposing greater government oversight.
The boss of banking firm Citigroup has been given a 48% rise taking his salary to $23m for helping to turn round the company’s fortunes.
An ambitious Bitcoin trader has bought $400m worth of the world’s biggest cryptocurrency.
Electric guitar maker Gibson – beloved of rock musicians the world over – is facing bankruptcy, according to reports.
Evan Spiegel, CEO of messaging app Snap, sold $50m-worth of his own shares last week just days after the company reported better-than-expected results.
The euro fell against the pound and the dollar today, prompted in part by news that the EU had dropped a ‘punishment clause’ over the UK’s transitional Brexit deal.
A £15m VAT bill could force troubled retailer Toys R Us into administration by the end of the month, throwing 3,000 people out of work, unless a rescue deal is found.