SINGAPORE (Reuters) - World number one Jordan Spieth and South Korean Song Young-han will return on Monday to complete their battle for the Singapore Open title after stormy weather agonisingly stopped
Apple’s recent results have been portrayed as bad news by many. Revenue failed to meet targets, targets for the next quarter have been lowered, and iPhone sales dropped to less than one percent year on
January has been a fantastic month for women in tech, with female digital founders transforming their industry, Ford’s CIO pushing for more women in tech, and Boston’s female STEM experts receiving major
LONDON (Reuters) - Once dubbed “Slasher Walsh” for his relentless drive to cut costs, the boss of British Airways-owner IAG (ICAG.L) is showing no sign of going soft. A British Airways Airbus A380-800,
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron and European Council President Donald Tusk failed on Sunday to reach a deal on Britain’s EU renegotiation after talks in London, but agreed to another 24
To prove that evolutionary change isn’t always down to the genes, just open an elephant’s mouth … Long ago, perhaps even before the celebrated mists of time, there was a great family of animals that lived
An attack by Islamic State on the eastern Syrian city of Deir ez-Zor has left at least 85 civilians and 50 government troops dead, a monitoring group has said, with state media denouncing a “massacre”.