Out 10, 2016
UK-born professor named joint winner of Nobel Prize in Economics
UK-born Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmstrom of Finland have won the Nobel Prize in Economics for their contributions to contract theory, shedding light on how contracts help people deal with conflicting interests.
Out 7, 2016
Here's Why Twitter's Share Price Is Plummeting
Much of the takeover enthusiasm that pushed the shares up has evaporated.
Out 6, 2016
EasyJet set for drop in annual profit after year of 'extraordinary events'
EasyJet is set for its first drop in annual profit since 2009 after a year blighted by multiple terrorist attacks, industrial action and a sharp fall in the value of the pound.
Out 4, 2016
Bowers & Wilkins celebrates 50 years with P9 Signature headphones
Bowers & Wilkins is ushering in 50 years with new celebratory headphones – and they'll include a Lightning cable, but only from early 2017
Out 3, 2016
Bank of England confirms plans for additional stress tests for UK banks
The Bank of England will push ahead with plans for an extra set of stress tests next year in order to assess the ability of the UK's top lenders to weather a financial storm.
Set 30, 2016
Tech giants reveal artificial intelligence ethics board (but Apple is NOT part of it)
Researchers with Alphabet, Amazon, Facebook, IBM, and Microsoft have teamed up to create the Partnership on Artificial Intelligence to Benefit People and Society.
Set 28, 2016
German finance ministry denies government working on Deutsche Bank contingency plan
Deutsche Bank has secured a £935m boost to its balance sheet after signing a long-awaited deal to sell Abbey Life, the British pensions business, to the life insurance consolidator Phoenix.
Set 27, 2016
WTO drastically cuts global trade forecast
The World Trade Organization Tuesday downshifted its global trade forecast, warning that anti-globalisation rhetoric and Brexit were pushing trade growth to its slowest pace since the financial crisis.