Central banks around the world are now spending $200 billion a month on emergency economic stimulus measures, pumping this money into their economies by buying bonds. The current pace of purchases is than
Howard G. Buffett has spent most of his life as a farmer, with little financial support from his father—until recently. Now he runs a multibillion-dollar foundation dedicated to ending global hunger. his
Insurance premiums could rise after scientists teamed up with the insurance industry to create an algorithm which will predict when customers will die. The University of East Anglia is launching a four
In recent Chinese takeovers of European companies, the only thing more remarkable than the identity of those new buyers is the identity of the sellers. In more than half of the mega deals, the seller one
London fintech startup GoCardless has raised $13 million (£9.1 million) in new funding in a round led by Notion Capital. Previous investors including Balderton Capital, Accel Partners, and Passion Capital
Manufacturers across all areas —automotive, chemical, durable goods, electronics, etc. — have invested heavily in IoT devices, and they're already reaping the benefits. Manufacturers utilizing IoT solutions
The idea has been in the works for at least five years, and in the meantime, Silicon Valley has made incursions into the industry's role as a payment intermediary. But now, big banks including JPMorgan
Created out of MIT, edtech startup Authess plans to change the world of educational assessments through next level online education – and their global perspective plan means they’re heading to India first.
• Gartner predicts that low-power short-range networks will dominate wireless IoT connectivity through 2025, far outnumbering connections using wide-area IoT networks. • For enterprises to adopt and gain
NEW YORK (Reuters) - For leading U.S. shale oil producers, $40 is the new $70. The logo of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is pictured at its headquarters in Vienna, Austria,
A spellbinding account of the UK’s pioneering cohort studies, which have been monitoring the lives of ordinary British people since 1946, underlines their importance to us all Steve Christmas was born,
Tech firms are in talks with the Bank of England to secure settlement accounts, a privilege only currently on offer the banks. The accounts would help give the finance technology (fintech) firms access
Almost two dozen teams who entered their “pod” designs in a competition decided at Texas A&M University this Saturday will go on to test their creations on Elon Musk’s futuristic hyperloop transport system.
The death of Windows Phone is not a sign of Microsoft’s weakness, it’s one of the most promising signs that CEO Satya Nadella has turned the company around to a new way of thinking. With only 4.5 million
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While this change could mean a relatively high degree of risk for longstanding investors who have viewed GE as a quasi-financial-conglomerate income play, it also looks set to rejuvenate the company's
Joanna Blythman looks beyond the hype at the biggest food trends of the year As the carb-avoidance craze rages, many are dismayed to see pasta lumped with pappy white bread in the “white and refined” bin.
Even black holes can lose a little glitter. Scientists studying a galaxy containing two black holes have found that one of them seems to be missing the usual crowd of stars surrounding it – a hint that
It also established currency swap arrangements—in which the Fed provided dollars in exchange for foreign currencies—with fourteen foreign central banks, including four from emerging markets. However, the
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has written a forceful defense of the company's plans to offer limited, free internet access in India, comparing free internet services like Facebook's Free Basics service
But on the upside, stress-related misery doesn’t kill you faster either, say researchers on the UK Million Women study Happiness does not make you live longer and stress-related misery will not shorten
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