BT Agrees US$19 Billion EE Deal

BT has said it would raise US$1.5 billion through a placing of new shares to fund its US$19 billion acquisition of mobile operator EE

Spanish Bank Santander Posts Jump in Profit in Q4 2014

Santander posts close to a 70 percent profit for the fourth quarter of 2014, the first quarter under new CEO Ana Botin

Bibby Ship Management Appoints New Regional Managing Director

Bibby Ship Management UK and Isle of Man appoints Andrew Rodden as MD. He brings with him 23 years of industry experience

CRH to Buy Lafarge for US$7.3 Billion

US$7.35 billion has been agreed for the acquisition of Lafarge and Holcim by Irish building supplies group CRH

Amsterdam Seeks to Encourage Uptake of Electric Cars

Amsterdam has seen an increase in the uptake of electric cars and has set an ambitious goal to have 40,000 electric vehicles on its roads by 2020

Shell to Lower Overall Spending by $15 Billion Over Three Years

Royal Dutch Shell is due to lower overall spending by $15 billion over the course of the next three years due to falling oil prices

Seven-Year High for the Pound Holds Risks for British Businesses

UK businesses need to work harder at closing the language gap to overcome a more negative climate, argues the Association of Translation Companies

Smartphones and 3D Printers Expected To Flourish In 2015

An IEEE survey, conducted by YouGov, has revealed the top three technologies anticipated to be the most influential and those considered redundant this year

Mind the Capacity Gap – Part Three

‘Mind the gap’ is a phrase that will be wearily familiar to Londoners and many others throughout the UK. However, the few inches between the train and the platform aren’t the most dangerous gap this winter, as Tim Emrich of UK power Reserve explains over the course of a three part feature

Mind the Capacity Gap – Part Two

‘Mind the gap’ is a phrase that will be wearily familiar to Londoners and many others throughout the UK. However, the few inches between the train and the platform aren’t the most dangerous gap this winter, as Tim Emrich of UK power Reserve explains over the course of a three part feature

Mind the Capacity Gap – Part One

‘Mind the gap’ is a phrase that will be wearily familiar to Londoners and many others throughout the UK. However, the few inches between the train and the platform aren’t the most dangerous gap this winter, as Tim Emrich of UK power Reserve explains over the course of a three part feature

Saab and Damen Team up to Develop Walrus Submarine

Swedish defense and security company Saab and Damen Shipyards Group have signed an exclusive teaming agreement to work together in pursuit of the potential Walrus-class submarine replacement programme for the Netherlands

OpenX Appoints Andrew Buckman as New MD for EMEA

Ad tech industry expert appointed to accelerate growth of advertising and digital monetisation platform

UK Hospital Performs First Newborn Organ Transplant

A hospital in London performed the first successful organ transplant from a newborn baby in the UK, paving new pathways for infant care

Amazon Created 6,000 New Jobs in Europe in 2014

In the year 2014, Amazon says it created 6,000 full time positions in its European operations, in order to respond to product demand

Jaguar Land Rover to Create 1,300 Jobs in UK

Jaguar Land Rover has revealed plans to expand its staff in order to build Jaguar’s first ever SUV

JDA Gives a Glimpse of what’s In Store for Retailers

YouGov and JDA have combined to reveal the aftermath of 2014’s Christmas shopping trends, and have issue a stark warning to those who don’t embrace a multichannel approach in 2015

World’s Largest Ship Arrives in UK from China

The CSCL Globe has arrived at the Port of Felixstowe in Suffolk after completing its maiden voyage from China

SafeEx Develops Software to Reduce Downtime in Oil and Gas Industry

SafeEx has developed a new software to aid inspections and maintenance in the Oil and Gas industry, reducing down-time, improving safety and increasing efficiency