Apple has pushed the launch of its HomePod smart speaker to early next year from December, the company said on Friday, missing the holiday shopping season as the market for such devices becomes increasingly competitive.
UK retail continued to confuse in October with falls and rises by volume and value, the ONS said. Fashion struggled, although online sales continued to rise but belt-tightening meant more second-hand sales.
Israel is planning to send tax bills within a year to Google and Facebook, financial newspaper TheMarker reported on Wednesday, joining efforts by several countries to get the internet giants to pay more tax.
The tightest U.S. labor market this century is putting pressure on margins for freight haulers and warehouse operators as they bid for hundreds of thousands of workers to move packages during the peak holiday period.
Mexican negotiators will propose that the NAFTA be rigorously reviewed every five years rather than the US idea of automatic expiration, an official said on Wednesday as the fifth round of talks got under way.
Google reclaimed on Tuesday its spot as the default search engine on Mozilla Corp’s Firefox Internet browser in the United States and other regions as the browser maker stunned Verizon’s Yahoo by canceling their deal.
Countries in the Trans Pacific Partnership have reached an agreement to push ahead without the US, by suspending some provisions from the original deal, Vietnamese and Japanese officials said on Saturday.
Efforts to revive the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal foundered on Friday when Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau failed to show up for a meeting to agree a path forward without the United States.
Snap Inc. is redesigning its disappearing-message app Snapchat in an attempt to reach a broader audience, going back to the drawing board as Wall Street clobbered it for another quarter of slowing user growth.
China is pressing foreign payment card companies to form local joint ventures for onshore operations, said three people familiar with the matter, a move that would counter Beijing's pledge to the US on market access.
Meituan-Dianping, China's largest on-demand services provider, is considering an initial public offering in the United States as soon as next year, five people with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.