Just when Google thought it was safe to enter the water to lay its giant internet cable between the US and Japan, it discovered it must contend with the ocean’s top predator
Bitcoin; It’s a financial innovation that’s been hugely popular, a huge commercial success some might say, but does it really hold any tangible value?
The murky waters of wealth coaching as examined by industry expert Jeremy Kourdi
Jack Ma sold a dream before Alibaba became the global entity it is today
Who is the faceless person who sits behind a computer and hacks into some of the most secure companies and websites in the world?
The New Economy speaks to Mark Blyth on economic models going forward
The alleged Petrobras scandal – the concept of backhanders – is not a new phenomenon. So how do large firms get away with it for so long?
It’s not a great time for the oil industry with the drop in oil prices and the corresponding cut backs in investments by big oil companies
The banking industry has a new faceless threat: the cyber criminal. Hackers recently stole almost $1bn from banks in 30 countries in what has been called an “unprecedented cyber robbery”
TNE speaks to Nigel Eastwood, Group CEO at New Call Telecom International, on how global brands can break into the hypercompetitive tech market in India and throughout Asia
Deep water drilling in Brazil and shale exploration in North America are among the latest innovations hitting the marketplace
Russia’s annexation of Crimea has prompted the EU to reconsider its energy ambitions
Cyber security – how much of a problem is it today?