The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that two traders in China and Hong Kong have agreed to pay more than $920,000 to settle an insider trading case against them.
In 2015 Twitter lost one chief executive, gained another, and nearly tossed them too, before eventually settled down with him – incidentally, one of the men who had founded the company way back in 2006.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has vigorously defended his company’s motives for rolling out free basic internet services across India, dismissing what he called “false claims” by critics who say its Free Basics service promotes a “walled garden” controlled by Facebook.
Deaths are rarely to be celebrated, but there is one passing that certainly won’t be widely mourned: that of Adobe’s Flash.
Amazon is preparing to crank up the pressure on Britain’s struggling supermarkets by dramatically expanding the range of grocery products it sells. Christopher North, the UK boss of the online retailer, has said it plans to expand its Pantry service rapidly in the new year.
Virtual reality is coming. 2016 will see the release of the first serious consumer VR headsets for 20 years.
Queens Park Rangers failed to win against Huddersfield Town in the Championship on Monday afternoon.
A Labour reshuffle is expected next week with the party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, believed to be planning changes to gain greater control of his frontbench.
Midfielder Jack Colback is struggling to win over Newcastle fans with his recent performances.
Credit Suisse’s joint venture in China won approval to offer securities brokerage services for the first time, in the economic zone of Qianhai in the southern city of Shenzhen.
The Bury defender will join up with Everton in January.
Manchester United's Bastian Schweinsteiger tops the team in a key area with his performances in the Champions League.