DETROIT (Reuters) – Electric bike-sharing startup Wheels said on Tuesday it will begin offering its riders shareable helmets in response to concerns about injuries.
By Emma Farge GENEVA (Reuters) – World Trade Organization (WTO) members agreed on Tuesday to renew a 20-year moratorium on placing tariffs on digital trade for six months, allaying fears that people
By Tom Wilson LONDON (Reuters) – The old image of bitcoin miners is of young techies in their bedrooms, hunched over laptops that solve maths puzzles to earn new coins.
(Reuters) – Google parent Alphabet Inc on Monday named Noble Prize winner Frances Arnold to its board, filling a vacancy left by the retirement of fellow academic Shirley Tilghman.
MILAN (Reuters) – Telecom Italia (TIM) said on Monday it agreed a deal with digital global sports provider DAZN Group that will enable Italy’s biggest phone company to broadcast a wide range of sport
(Reuters) – SoftBank Group Corp’s Vision Fund has agreed to sell its nearly 50% stake in Wag Labs Inc back to the dog-walking startup, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday citing people familiar
NAIROBI (Reuters) – Online retailer Jumia Technologies said on Monday it would suspend food and drinks delivery service Jumia Foods in Rwanda effective Dec. 9.
MILAN (Reuters) – Italy’s Enel has installed New York City’s biggest battery storage system, which it said on Monday will help power the Brooklyn area during periods of peak demand.
By Foo Yun Chee BRUSSELS (Reuters) – EU regulators will review two-decade old rules that determine if companies have the market power to throttle rivals or control prices to take into account