Airbus management shake-up spreads to space unit

A management shake-up at Europe's Airbus accelerated on Tuesday as Nicolas Chamussy was replaced as the head of Space Systems.

Sodas, waters drive Coca-Cola sales beat

Coca-Cola Co's quarterly sales and profit beat Wall Street estimates on Tuesday, as it sold more of its water and soft drinks including its signature soda and Coke Zero, sending its shares up abo...

Philo is raising prices, but you can grandfather in at the $16 rate

If you're already a subscriber or you sign up before May 6, the ultra-cheap plan is yours to keep.

Customers who were videotaped at Kraft-connected Florida spa file class-action lawsuit

Nearly three dozen men and women filed a federal class-action lawsuit alleging Florida authorities unlawfully videotaped them as they received legal massages at a parlour where New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft allegedly paid for sex.

Mom wants you to put your phone down more than flowers, report says

OpenTable is offering rewards to those who don't look at their phones while dining out on Mother's Day.

Twitter reports rising users and revenues

The social media platform reports better-than-expected results as it plans to minimise "outrage".

Abigal Disney's blast at Disney CEO Iger's pay won't be frozen out by the Avengers

The Disney heiress has described Bob Iger's $65m package as "insane" and called for more resources to be directed to the firm's low paid workers

Twitter beats expectations as users grow and streamlining continues

Twitter is trying to become a healthier place.

Samsung recalls Galaxy Fold review samples, postpones launch after slew of issues

Samsung is recalling all review samples of its new Galaxy Fold device after a slew of bad reviews citing display issues with the device's trademark screen, just days before its US launch and several key promotional events.

The UK's worst mobile networks have been revealed

Largest providers are worst for customer service, Which? finds

Oil prices SOAR to near SIX-MONTH high as Trump ENDS Iran sanction exemptions

OIL prices jumped to near six-month highs today after the United States announced it will stop exempting countries from sanctions on Iran.

China complains to U.S. over end to Iran oil sanction waivers

China's Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday it has formally complained to the United States over its decision to end waivers on sanctions on Iranian oil imports, adding another fault line to already...