Zara owner Inditex unveiled a 2.7 billion euro ($3 billion) investment in technology on Wednesday to make it easier for customers to track the items they want, blurring the lines between online and in-store shopping.
Britain's competition regulator has given itself two more months to make a final ruling on Amazon's purchase of a minority stake in online delivery group Deliveroo so it can take full account of representations from all interested parties.
Tesla Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk has told his staff it was time to bring the Tesla Semi commercial truck to "volume production," a message that coincides with a surge in the share price of rival clean truck maker Nikola Corp.
Social network company Reddit on Wednesday named venture capital investor Michael Seibel to its board, days after co-founder and former director Alexis Ohanian resigned and called for the company to replace him with a black candidate.
The head of the NATO military alliance said on Wednesday that the West could not ignore the rise of China and so it was important that the United Kingdom had a review of the role of Huawei in its 5G network to ensure its security.
Four Republican U.S. senators on Tuesday urged the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to review whether to revise liability protections for internet companies after President Donald Trump urged action.
Vodafone Group Plc, the world's second-biggest mobile operator, has warned that Britain's desire to lead the world in 5G technology will face a big blow if it decides to remove China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd from the country's telecoms infrastructure.
Shares of online used car seller Vroom Inc more than doubled in their Nasdaq debut on Tuesday, as the U.S. IPO market continued its recovery after the coronavirus crisis slammed the brakes on new listings.
The Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday voted unanimously to propose a record-setting $225 million fine against Texas-based health insurance telemarketers for allegedly making approximately 1 billion illegal robocalls.
Temenos expects better times for the Swiss banking software group in the second half of the year after lenders put IT projects on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, CEO Max Chuard told the Finanz und Wirtschaft newspaper in an interview.