Bank employee Francesca Crimp broke down in tears on Friday after Britain voted to leave the European Union, triggering an earthquake in the City of London financial hub."I'm scared, I voted for my son's future and I feel so uncertain now.
Facebook has added political scenarios to its bias training program in the wake of the controversy that the social network was suppressing conservative news, Sheryl Sandberg announced during an interview with the American Enterprise Institute.
The internet has connected the world and used right it can help both socially and in business, but a new report shows that social media use has increased in the work force with over 75 percent of employees connecting with family and friends while working.
One of the big growth areas in the health sector is the clinical wearables market, which saw $499 million invested by venture capitalists last year. For the first quarter of 2016, a further $202 million was invested.
Customers of Starbucks, the world's largest coffee chain, deposited more than $1 billion on store-issued debit cards in the first quarter of 2016, the San Francisco Chronicle reported Tuesday.
The head of Switzerland's central bank warned Thursday that the Swiss economy could face turbulence if Britain opts to exit the EU in next week's referendum, vowing to "take measures if required".
French rogue trader Jerome Kerviel, whose actions almost bankrupted one of Europe's biggest banks, headed back to court Wednesday as Societe Generale seeks to recover 4.9 billion euros ($5.5 billion) in losses and interest.
Walmart Canada has joined with No Frills and Costco on a list of Canadian retailers that have stopped accepting Visa cards from their customers, citing what they call "unacceptably high" transaction fees.