E-commerce giant Alibaba Group and telecommunications equipment powerhouse Huawei Technologies joined the likes of Google, Apple and Facebook among the top -ranked companies in the latest survey of the world's 100 most valuable technology .
The giants of the banking world are starting to publicly acknowledge the dominance of mobile payment methods devised by Chinese technology firms – and, more broadly, a failure to keep up with fintech rivals in certain areas. Speaking before a crowd of .
By 18, they were buying and flipping homes, and by their mid-20s they had a thriving real estate, design and renovation business ... and three Silver medals while also setting a world record in in the 100-meter free. Following her successful and.
For 40 years, the editors of Building Design +Construction have ranked the nation's largest AEC firms as part of the Giants 300 report. Below, we present the findings of our 2016 Giants 300 Report. Data for our Giants 300 charts is based on information .
The ratings are based on the magazine's average road tests and predicted reliability scores and are closely watched by car buyers. Honda Motor Co. had the best overall score of 74 out of 100 points ... in the magazine's top picks for 2011 across 10.
CEFC buys 14pc of Russian oil giant Rosneft for US$9 billion ... HNA Group, which has been on a global shopping spree for assets over the past seven years, is poised for promotion to Fortune's list of the world's 100 largest companies this year, in a.
McDonald's has accelerated its localisation strategy in mainland China by entering into a partnership with Evergrande Group, the country's largest homebuilder. The agreement comes two weeks after the global fast food giant closed a deal to sell a.
The glamorous model is just one of the colorful characters who inhabit the blockchain space and whose innovative efforts with this esoteric technology could disrupt and reshape the world’s economy, including the estimated $100 billion cannabis industry.
A document written by an unnamed senior software engineer at Google suggesting the company encourage “ideological” rather than gender diversity, is generating anger within the company and in Silicon Valley. Titled “Google's Ideological Echo Chamber”, .
Nintendo: Switch shortages are “definitely not intentional” Ars Technica.
Next Digital, which is controlled by tycoon Jimmy Lai Chee-ying, publishes newspapers and magazines in Hong Kong and Taiwan, including the tabloid-style Apple Daily newspaper and Next Magazine . The media giant recorded a loss of HK$394 million in .