World

Irresponsible bosses who line own pockets face huge fines, Theresa May warns

Huge fines will be imposed on irresponsible company bosses who "line their own pockets", Theresa May has said.

Gaming

Weekend Hot Topic, part 2: If you were the boss of your favourite games company

Readers discuss what they’d do if they were suddenly the CEO of a major video games publisher, from Nintendo to Ubisoft.

Top News

USAA offers military no-interest loans during shutdown

The company is offering interest-free loans to anyone not being paid

World

Hand sanitiser dispenser installed directly above lift button – and it doesn’t end well

STAFF have been left showered in soap after a company installed an automatic hand sanitiser above buttons for a lift. In an attempt to improve employee hygiene, the Sydney-based company decided to add the motion detecting dispenser outside the lift. But t

Finance

There are problems with Apple’s iPhone battery explanation — and the company might end up paying the price in court (AAPL)

Apple did not tell iPhone users about its controversial CPU-throttling "power management" feature for a month.

Life & Style

This California Company Is Redefining The Yoga Industry

Brian Shields went from attorney to entrepreneur, thanks to his love for the environment. The Encinitas-based surfer and yogi thought he had his dream job as an environmental attorney. That is till he experienced the bureaucratic ways of government first-

Gaming

Activision's CEO Is Stepping Down

After eight years with the company, Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg announced that he will be stepping down from his position come March.

Business

Los Angeles Times Publisher to Go on Unpaid Leave of Absence

Ross Levinsohn, the publisher and chief executive of the Los Angeles Times, has voluntarily agreed to take an unpaid leave of absence while parent company Tronc investigates allegations of workplace misconduct at his prior places of employment, according

Business

Carillion: The signals that the company was going bust

Why did the City start to bet against construction giant Carillion before it went bust?

Business

Parent company of 7-Eleven agrees to divest some U.S. stores in Sunoco deal

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Seven & i Holdings Co Ltd , the Tokyo-based parent company of the 7-Eleven network of stores, agreed to sell and divest some of its stores in its proposed $3.3 billion acquisition of 1,100 Sunoco LP outlets, the U.S. Federal Trade

Business

Why Danica Patrick And GoDaddy Teamed Up Again (It's Not What You Think)

GoDaddy is sponsoring Danica Patrick for what she says will be the last two races of her career — the Daytona 500 and Indianapolis 500 — but the company says this isn't about Memory Lane as much as it is about her future as a businesswoman.

Life & Style

Why You Should Go On Safari In Zambia This Year: The Bushcamp Company

In Zambia, one of Africa's last remaining bastions of truly authentic safari experiences, The Bushcamp Company offers an adventure of a lifetime.

Business

IBM's Growth Comes at a Cost

For IBM, a bit of growth, as it turns out, isn’t quite enough to assuage concerns about how the company gets there.

World

Save money by ordering Valentine's Day flowers now — and more of today's best deals from around the web

Since you don't have all day to scour the web for noteworthy sales and discounts, we rounded up the best bargains for you to shop in one convenient place.

Business

UK Government owed Carillion £40m when it collapsed, sources say

A number of small firms have complained they were owed money by the company, sometimes stretching back four months

Space

After Delay, Rocket Lab to Attempt 2nd Electron Launch Today: How to Watch

Tonight (Jan. 19), the private spaceflight company Rocket Lab will once again attempt a second test launch of its small-scale Electron rocket.

World

Jan Koum got the idea for $19 billion WhatsApp after missing too many iPhone calls at the gym

WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum says he co-founded the company in 2009 so he wouldn't miss calls on his iPhone while at the gym.

Finance

Here's how Dropbox founder Drew Houston grew his company from a two-person startup to a billion-dollar enterprise

The founder turned down several prospective buyers in Dropbox's early stages, including a bid from Steve Jobs.

Technology

Square shares pop after analyst says it's similar to 'Amazon or Google in their early days'

Payment company Square is "analogous to Amazon or Google in their early days," according to one bank.

Technology

Travis Kalanick Net Worth: Ousted Uber CEO Will Get $1.4 Billion From Deal

Ousted Uber CEO and co-founder Travis Kalanick will see his fortune grow on Thursday as Softbank completes its deal with the ride-hailing company, sources familiar with the matter told CNBC.

Technology

Razer Phone 2 Rumored To Be Released In September, Possibly With Project Linda

Gaming accessories maker Razer officially entered the smartphone market last year with the release of the Razer Phone. Now it seems as though the company is already working on the Razer Phone 2 and it may be released later this year alongside Project Lind

Top News

L.A. Times publisher under fire after NPR report

The CEO and publisher of the Los Angeles Times is under investigation by the paper's parent company, Tronc, following an NPR report about "questionable behavior."

Films

How the X-Men Should Join The Marvel Cinematic Universe

Thanks to the recently-announced merger between the Walt Disney Company and 21st Century Fox, everything will be changing in the next few months.

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