A Woking-Cupertino tie-up seems implausible at first glance, but there is plenty up for grabs which could suit both companies.
Uncertainty will be the nebulous, long-term effect of Brexit on the UK economy that is hard to measure and hard to prevent.
Property inequality keeps on growing, stopping it will take strong principles and brave politicians.
If the government is going to get people out of poverty, it needs to focus less on getting people into work and more on where business is growing.
New research shows how women are held back when it comes to starting and growing their own businesses.
The Fed left interest rates unchanged but said improving economic data means it will likely lift them later this year. We asked two scholars – and ex-Fed officials – if it was the right call.
Sports Direct is neither the first nor the last company to face a reputation crisis – and it can bounce back.
Proposed laws will put corporate executives in the firing line when the law is broken on their watch.
With patience and a degree of moral ambivalence, the UK may find an EU that is increasingly open to the idea of free trade without free movement of people.
The interventionist foreign policy of the Gulf states is increasingly at odds with their economic security.
The industrial revolution wasn't all about the spinning jenny and steam power. Money talked, and it needs to again if power and prosperity are to flow to the UK regions.
This is a big opportunity for smaller reactors that can be built quickly and cheaply.
The decision to review Hinkley Point C was carried out in a way that quite unnecessarily put Britain’s future relations with China in jeopardy.
A new Russian hack has claimed to reveal the details of so-called therapeutic use exemptions. But could transparency in this area be a benchmark for the fight against drugs in sport?
At one point, it looked like the games could be cancelled. But the carnival spirit has prevailed.
The UK's obsession with ramping up prices for one of life's essentials could bring the economic roof down.
The second half of the 20th century saw explosive economic growth and also a huge increase in universities – new research shows the two are related.
A century on from the UK's only ever general strike, the major federation for organised labour in Britain must learn to be more effective.
Horrors of job discrimination.
Economists struggle to explain the explosion of gift models at the heart of our online world.
The effects of terrorism on businesses are wide ranging but some are learning how to adapt to risk and use it to their competitive advantage.
The ranks of a 'new urban poor' in Europe are swelling.
Attempts to model your web experience led to fears of an echo chamber effect, but rather than reinforcing your sense of self, the process might be altering it.
How do you keep the sympathy of people whose lives you are making more difficult?
Why the fanfare around Apple's next product launch is already eclipsing its recent tax trouble.