The world’s western powers are all talking about cracking down on tax avoidance among the biggest multi-national corporations. But the US is taking a stand to defend its own.
The reliance on smartphones for purchase decisions, combined with the ‘always on’ nature of smartphones had fundamentally changed how consumers consider purchases. Impatience and faster decision making processes mean that making a purchase is no longer a linear decision process.
Wales’ digital economy is the fastest growing outside of London, and could continue to “flourish” because of low rents, according to a new report.
Millions of people in Britain are embarking on a ‘digital detox’, according to Ofcom, which found that a large portion of the population unhappy with the amount of time they spend online.
GSK has set up a joint venture with Alphabet subsidiary, Verily. When the annals of this time are written, it may yet prove to be one of the most important corporate deals of the decade.
John Culshaw may be able to persuade some of us that he is someone else, but do you think he could fool a dog?
Just-Eat is a middle man. It enables you to order takeaway food from a long list of food delivery restaurants. Revenues surged 59% in its latest half-year period, while underlying profit rose 107%.
Not so long ago, the world’s biggest company by market cap was Exxon Mobil. Then, a couple of years ago, it was overtaken by Apple, and the media made a big deal about it. Now it is in fourth place, behind Apple, Alphabet and Microsoft, but it may not be long before it is overtaken […]
Facebook has reported another impressive quarter of growth with profits rising 186% as it reached more than 1.70 billion users.
Hopes that the return of co-founder Jack Dorsey would boost Twitter’s user and revenue growth have been dashed after the social media company reported its weakest quarterly sales growth since 2013.