Swedish rail operator has vowed to make up for the 'Boaty McBoatface' letdown by naming one of its trains 'Trainy McTrainface'.
Budget cuts to key US climate programs proposed by President Trump are a major worry for the international research community.
It's not just rising seas and bigger storm surges you need to be worried about.
The Brits are about to face a grim reality - being part of Europe is much less painful than being estranged from it.
Tim Pierotti, who once ran a consumer hedge fund for "Pharma Bro" Martin Shkreli, said he had already lost faith in his boss by the end of 2012. pieThen a letter from Shkreli came to his home, addressed to his wife.
Lululemon Athletica is suing Under Armour for allegedly copying a sports bra design.
Accountants had to comb through dozens of charges on Martin Shkreli's corporate credit cards for expenditures ranging from $US1 to thousands of dollars in unexplained transactions.
Netflix is bleeding more cash than notorious cash bonfire Tesla. Investors should be paying closer attention.
Tesla is adding two executives from big media companies to diversify a board with members who aren't closely tied to Elon Musk.
JPMorgan boss Jamie Dimon has vented his frustration with gridlock in Washington.
Google emerged as the victor in its latest legal battle in Europe on Wednesday, after a French court said the technology behemoth did not have to pay $US1.3 billion ($1.7 billion) in back taxes.
Trade is the primary reason for Malcolm Turnbull's Europe trip, but what deals will come out of all those meetings with world leaders?
Volkswagen's Porsche brand faces a formal probe by German prosecutors as the diesel-emissions scandal spreads to VW's iconic sports-car maker.
Volkswagen is starting from behind but the German carmaker thinks it can stop Elon Musk's car pioneer in its tracks.
For years Murdah had no desire to own a cow. His father-in-law owned them and they stank. "Back then they kept them next to the house," says Murdah, a motorcycle taxi driver from the village of Genggelang in North Lombok. "You couldn't even have visitors because of the smell. It was not healthy, my family got sick, the cows died and for what?"
Vomiting in fireplaces, napping under tables, plying executives with booze and kebabs - a lawsuit describes "unorthdox" business practices by British retail tycoon and Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley.
A former Audi AG manager is being charged with fraud by the Justice Department for his alleged role in helping Volkswagen AG cheat US emissions standards, a person familiar with the matter said.
International relations will always be a test for us all. That's where the arts come in.
Almost fifty years ago, science fiction author John Brunner wrote about a world filled with electric cars... rising investment, as evidenced by Volvo's landmark decision this week, suggests that may well be about to happen.
Mark Zuckerberg has increasingly become a vocal advocate of universal basic income, the economic system in which all people are given a free paycheck from the government, no questions asked.
Defendants in federal cases typically clam up. Martin Shkreli has not, live streaming after court and lashing out at journalists and the prosecution. Barred from Twitter, it appears he is running a fake fan account to vent.
A "snortable" chocolate powder is being marketed as a drug-free way to get a buzz, but the medical community is yet to give it the thumbs-up.
Martin Shkreli is in the midst of a criminal trial that could land him behind bars for 20 years, but the 'Pharma Bro' is refusing to keep a low profile.
The world's leading drug companies are turning to artificial intelligence to improve the hit-and-miss business of finding new medicines, with GlaxoSmithKline as part of a new $US43 million ($55.9 million) deal.
Working in any male-dominated industry has its challenges, but for female pilots there's been extra hurdles.
India has cancelled the registration of more than 100,000 companies which were "in violation of laws", Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, in the latest effort by the government against "black money" and tax evasion.
Money for power: Some of the business and finance executives who left multimillion-dollar jobs to work for President Donald Trump now earn less than the average school teacher, according to White House salary data released on Friday.
Facing 20 years in prison for securities fraud, Martin Shkreli used the lunch break at his trial on Friday to make a surprise appearance with reporters to handicap his case so far and mock the prosecution.
Alibaba's Jack Ma is up partnerships across the region to win over some of the estimated 450 million people with limited access to banking services.
Sarah Hassan, who gave Martin Shkreli $390,000 to invest, got an email at 8:13 pm saying she was up 45 per cent. At 8:44 pm, Shkreli sent out a second email notifying her he was shutting the fund down.