British Petroleum – BP – is in the midst of a potential departure from its iconic London HQ as the company notes increases in remote
ExxonMobil has been removed from the Dow Jones Industrial Average with some analysts calling it a “sign of the times” as the energy giant ends
One of America’s largest carriers, American Airlines has confirmed it will be cutting 19,000 staff when government stimulus measures end in October. American Airlines, which
Scientists have released a report saying they’re stunned by the results as Earth loses 28 trillion tonnes of ice in the space of 30 years.
The FBI has charged the ex-security chief of Uber for paying $100,000 worth of cryptocurrency to cover up a 2016 hack of its system that
The consumer watchdog in Germany has announced it will be investigating Amazon for abusing its dominance in the market, and using anti-competitive practices that are
Rideshare companies Uber and Lyft have said they could temporarily close operations if drivers are deemed employees, rather than contractors under a recently introduced Californian
Airline Qantas has announced a $2 billion loss detailing the extent of the pandemic hitting its bottom line. Qantas CEO Alan Joyce announced the $2
A landmark court ruling in the United States has said that Amazon is liable for any defective third-party products or potential injuries resulting from a
Social media platform Instagram is facing a $500B lawsuit after allegedly collecting biometric data from its users without their consent. That is, according to court
A recently released report has detailed just how essential TAFE’s $92.5 billion output is to the economic recovery of Australia during and after the pandemic.
Apple has shown the world that tech beats oil, as the technology giant becomes the world’s most valuable company, overtaking Saudi Aramco to regain the