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Uber IPO valued at $120 billion, worth more than Ford and General Motors - report
2018-10-16T15:17:23+01:00 - Due to a series of scandal there are many hurdles for Uber to clear before an initial public offering can be considered.
Will global business leaders follow Richard Branson and boycott Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi disappearance?
2018-10-12T12:14:08+01:00 - British billionaire Richard suspended business links and Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said he might not attend a conference in Saudi Arabia.
Top reasons businesses suffer digital failure – and how to avoid them
2018-10-08T12:39:46+01:00 - In today's environment, a company's digital strategy needs to be at the heart of its overall corporate strategy.
U.S to investigate $235 billion dirty money flowing through Denmark's Danske Bank
2018-10-04T15:12:06+01:00 - Department of Justice criminal investigation relates to Russian links to the Danish bank's Estonian branch.
Is Trump a member of the lucky sperm club? President made $200,000 a year at age of 3
2018-10-03T16:09:52+01:00 - New York Times investigation contradicts Trump's portrayal of himself as a self-made billionaire who started with just a $1 million loan from his father.
Is erratic Elon Musk about to be dumped by Tesla? Reckless tweet costs $40m
2018-09-30T13:55:18+01:00 - Bizarre behaviour has convinced more analysts that Tesla needs to find a replacement for tech visionary Musk.
Honda recalls 1.4 million cars to replace air bag inflators
2018-09-28T16:14:26+01:00 - The inflators have resulted in the largest series of auto recalls in U.S. history, covering 37 million vehicles.
'A day of shame for Australia's banks'
2018-09-28T11:16:37+01:00 - Financial institutions charged customers for services that were never provided, charged dead customers' accounts and sold unsuitable insurance policies to vulnerable people.
SEC seeks to oust Tesla CEO Elon Musk over go-private tweet
2018-09-28T10:24:26+01:00 - First fraud case involving use of social media by the CEO of a public company.
WhatsApp's Brian Acton left $850m on the table in his rush to exit after Facebook takeover
2018-09-27T11:33:06+01:00 - The founder of the messaging service admitted he sold out the privacy of WhatsApp users to the social media giant.
Qatar World Cup 2022: Poor migrant workers abandoned without pay by building contractor
2018-09-26T13:19:02+01:00 - Mercury MENA, an engineering and plumbing firm, owes thousands of dollars of wages to workers from countries where many live on less than $2 a day.
Labour and John McDonnell are right to give workers a stake, says company law professor
2018-09-25T17:37:25+01:00 - Shadow chancellor unveiled striking proposals on employee ownership and employee representation on the board, at Labour Party conference.
Michael Kors upscales its cheap image with $2bn purchase of stylish Versace
2018-09-24T17:14:54+01:00 - The Italian brand, which was founded by Gianni Versace and has been run by his heirs since his murder 21 years ago.
Stock market gold rush: Barrick buys Randgold to create world's largest gold miner
2018-09-24T12:46:55+01:00 - Deal will combine Randgold's African mines with Barrick's holdings in the Americas.
Comcast defeats Rupert Murdoch's Fox in Sky auction with £30bn bid
2018-09-23T13:06:33+01:00 - Sky is Europe's largest pay-television operator, with 22.5 million customers in seven countries.
How to grow your business: Are you asking these 4 vital questions?
2018-09-20T16:15:47+01:00 - How do you acquire, maximize and retain your customers.
Fox-Comcast battle to buy Sky to be settled by dramatic auction in UK
2018-09-20T11:58:04+01:00 - Three-round bidding for U.K. cable giant to start Saturday.
VW to squash the Beetle: End of the road for iconic 'People's Car'
2018-09-14T10:43:46+01:00 - The compact Beetle was introduced in Germany in 1938 during the Nazi era.
The Apple Watch Series 4: From niche product to must-have medical device
2018-09-13T17:38:05+01:00 - New heart monitoring feature could be a game-changer for the latest Apple Watch that CEO Tim Cook wants to market for its health- and fitness-tracking abilities.
Brexit boss Tim Martin bans Jagermeister, French brandy at 880 JD Wetherspoon pubs
2018-09-12T17:49:40+01:00 - Martin, an enthusiastic supporter of Brexit, said all EU products have U.K. or non-EU replacements, often at equal or better quality and price.
If Trump were a CEO, his board would have fired him by now
2018-09-12T12:59:49+01:00 - Recent disclosures about the inner workings of the Trump administration reveal the weakness of governance mechanisms within the federal government.
Apple expected to unveil its biggest and most expensive iPhone yet
2018-09-12T10:01:13+01:00 - Apple responding to consumers' appetite for increasingly bigger screens as they rely on smartphones to watch and record video.
Here's how the looming US trade war with China will hurt Apple
2018-09-11T11:54:35+01:00 - The iPhone maker has warned the Trump administration that the proposed tariffs will hurt the tech giant, despite earlier optimism to the contrary.
CBS CEO Leslie Moonves resigns after 12 women make 'appalling' sexual harassment claims
2018-09-10T09:30:37+01:00 - TV king Moonves, who is accused of forcing a woman to give him oral sex, becomes latest powerful exec felled in #MeToo era.
380,000 British Airways customers' credit card details stolen by criminals
2018-09-07T10:32:17+01:00 - Shares in BA's parent company, IAG, were down 2 percent on Friday.

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