The start-up airline will initially provide trips to and from London, Zurich, Geneva and Cannes in October.
Matt Clifford, CEO of Entrepreneur First, discusses the tech industry and whether or not start-ups will choose to leave London and relocate to Europe.
Darrell Zhang of Intraix explains how the company is delivering smart home and energy management solutions.
A billboard advising start-ups to move to Berlin has been spotted in London following the EU referendum.
Meet the makers of House Beer, the craft brewers are now going at international brewers head-on.
Singapore is rushing to reinvent itself as Asia's financial technology hub to fend off a regulatory threat to its wealth management industry.
With an inside look at Silicon Valley’s “cult”-like culture, one author poked some holes in how technology gurus get ahead.
Antonio Garcia Martinez, author of "Chaos Monkeys," discusses the culture at Facebook. Martinez says "Zuckerberg is a genius."
Embattled Theranos still has not taken advantage of the Cleveland Clinic's offer to test the Silicon Valley startup's new blood diagnostic technology, says Dr. Toby Cosgrove.
Julie Sandler, Madrona Venture Group, provides insight to how Brexit will likely impact tech startups in the United Kingdom.
Chambers warns that while Israel, India and France are leading the way in digitizing their nations, the U.S. has no game plan.
What3words, a start-up that is looking to overhaul the world's addressing system, has raised $8.5 million.
Legendary has won the rights to "Bad Blood," a film about Theranos, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The U.K.'s tech companies are preparing for life after Brexit - and a possible end to the freedoms and benefits they enjoyed in the EU.
While tech companies push to make delivery instantaneous, one start-up is looking in a completely different direction: mail order.
Number26, a German start-up app-only bank, has raised $40 million, led by the venture fund founded by one of Asia's richest men, Li Ka-shing.
Careem, a Middle East ride hailing app, calls its drivers "captains", underlining the company's focus on understanding its local markets.
Europe created fewer unicorns in last 12 months, but the companies are much stronger at generating revenues than their U.S. counterparts.
There's an old business opportunity that's getting a lot of attention from young companies. Thank baby boomers.
The company is working with a Los Angeles-based start-up that supports the growing cannabis industry.