The new feature for the South Korean app 'Blind' allows women to share their experiences regarding sexual harassment and bullying in the workplace, giving importance to the #MeToo movement without risking being victimised yet again for whistleblowing.
Fidessa was flying high again on Wednesday as it agreed to a £1. 4bn takeover by Swiss banking software company Temenos a day after confirming that the two were in talks.
The European Commission handed out a total of €546m in fines to car shipping and parts suppliers for anti-competitive behaviour in three separate decisions, with all companies acknowledging their involvement in the cartels and agreeing to settle the cases.
US chip giant Qualcomm upped its bid for NXP Semiconductors to roughly $44bn on Tuesday as part of its efforts to win shareholder support for the acquisition and further its expansion into the fast-growing motor vehicle chip market and reduce its reliance on smartphones.
Thomson Reuters reported on Tuesday that chief executive Jim Smith is set to make a full recovery after being hospitalised following an arrhythmia incident on 12 February.
The Balearic Islands regional government has fined Airbnb €300,000 for advertising homes whose owners didn't hold a licence for vacation rentals, a legal requirement since August 2017.
Shares in drugstore chain Rite Aid surged in pre-market trade on Tuesday as it agreed for grocery chain Albertsons to buy the remainder of the company that isn't being sold to Walgreens Boots Alliance.
Guitar manufacturer Gibson may be pushed into bankruptcy as a declining interest in rock music has led to an industry suffering from dire financial problems.
A group of mining companies, including Glencore and Randgold Resources, have banded together in an effort to halt legislative changes in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Deutsche Bank began making moves to cut no less than 250 jobs in its corporate and investment bank units, as it looks to stem the flow of expenses while its securities division continues to slide.
KFC has been forced to close 750 of its 900 restaurants in the UK after its new supplier failed to deliver promised supplies.
Ketchup maker Kraft Heinz posted declining organic sales in its fourth-quarter report card on Friday, saying demand for its products had weakened across the US.
Share in Scandinavian electronics manufacturer Kitron took a tumble on Friday even as it reported strong revenue growth and improved profits.
India’s Punjab National Bank (PNB) has uncovered a $1. 8bn fraud that benefited a small group of customers and could affect other banks.
Lidl is set to open 19 new stores in the first two months of 2018, creating 700 new jobs across the country, as the German-owned discounter looks to overtake Waitrose as the UK's seventh largest grocer.
Remington is preparing to file for bankruptcy after reaching an agreement transferring the ownership of the 200-year-old company to its lenders.
A United Airlines flight destined for Hawaii was forced to make an emergency landing just forty minutes short of its destination on Tuesday after one if its engines began to disintegrate mid-flight.
Walmart has announced plans to go head-to-head with Amazon, building its own internal cloud network to store almost limitless client information and manage sales.
Danone has announced plans to cut its holding in Japanese probiotic dairy drink maker Yakult to around 7% from 21. 3% in a move that reflects its "continued focus on disciplined capital allocation".
A Russian and Chinese joint investment fund, working in conjunction with several major Russian banks, has made moves to take part in the much awaited Saudi Aramco initial public offering, according to a sovereign Russian investment fund head.