SpaceX CEO Elon Musk tweeted over the weekend that he was overseeing development of the Starship in Boca Chica, Texas.
Analysis from manufacturing trade body Make UK and business advisory firm BDO has found that the most deprived areas in the UK will the worst affected by no-deal Brexit.
US stocks opened lower on Monday as truncated trade talks and weak data out of Europe left market participants worried about the state of the global economy.
First Quantum Minerals said on Monday that it is not engaged in discussions regarding a takeover bid but is in talks about a potential sale of a minority interest in its Zambian copper assets.
Shares in Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals jumped on Monday after the drug company reported positive results for a key Phase 3 clinical trial.
Investors in WeWork are agitating for founder Adam Neumann to step down as chief executive, according to reports.
US futures were pointing to a mixed open on Monday after Chinese trade officials cut short their trip to Washington.
Markets in Asia finished mixed on Monday, with investors once again starting the week with their attention firmly fixed on developments in the strained trade relationship between the United States and China.
The eurozone economy struggled in September as demand for both goods and services fell at the fastest rate in more than six years, data showed on Monday.
Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif has rejected talks with the US after President Donald Trump imposed fresh sanctions on Iran’s central bank.
Apple’s latest iPhone has just come out on sale and already tech fans are queueing at the stores to get the upgraded iPhone 11.
European stocks were mostly higher on Friday as investors looked to the resumption of Sino-US trade negotiations after a week packed with central bank action.
Google is set to invest €3. 0bn over the next two years to expand its European data centers, Chief Executive Sundar Pichai announced in Finland on Friday.
US stocks opened higher on Friday as trade negotiators from Beijing and Washington resumed face-to-face talks for the first time in around two months.
The US is temporarily exempting over 400 Chinese products from tariffs imposed last year, revealed the office of the US Trade Representative on Friday.
A top US central bank official on Friday explained the reasoning behind his decision not to back another reduction in interest rates at the policy meeting that ended two days before.
Thousands of demonstrations are taking place around the world in what could be the largest climate protest in history.
US stock futures pointed to a firmer open on Friday as trade negotiators from Beijing and Washington resumed face-to-face talks for the first time in around two months.
Markets in Asia were mostly higher on Friday, even as investors digested somewhat negative developments on the US-China trade front overnight.
French supermarket retailer Casino confirmed late on Thursday that it is in talks with German discounter Aldi about selling its discount chain Leader Price.