The global market for wearable technology is seeing a surge, led by watches, smart clothing and other connected gadgets, a research report said Thursday.
Twitter said Thursday it was expanding its advertising to allow marketers to reach people who use the messaging platform without logging in.
Low wages rather than inadequate training are to blame for the STEM skills gap, according to research from the University of Warwick.
Researchers say a rising trend in narcissism is cause for retailing and manufacturing firms offering customizable products to rethink their marketing strategies.
Yahoo has abandoned plans to spin off its large stake in Chinese online giant Alibaba, CNBC television reported Tuesday, citing unnamed sources.
Hedge fund activism often initially bolsters the target company but new research has found that it weakens the competition, which may hurt innovation and the larger economy.
The European Union's anti-trust watchdog says it suspects that Qualcomm illegally made exclusivity payments to a major customer and sold chipsets below cost to force a competitor out of the market.
A team of researchers, including biologists from the University of York, are a step closer to producing a biodegradable lubricant made from a new type of oilseed rape.
Volkswagen car sales in Britain dropped by almost 20 percent in November compared with a year earlier as the company's emissions testing scandal began to take a toll.
Global smartphone sales growth will cool to single digits for the first time ever amid a slowdown in China, a new market forecast said Thursday.