David Reid writes for CNBC.com. He previously worked as a Television Producer on CNBC International's Squawk Box Europe, European Closing Bell and Worldwide Exchange. Prior to arriving in London, David was a business reporter for Radio New Zealand. He graduated from the University of Bath with a Masters in Business. A lifelong fan of Hibernian FC.
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A cloud based platform is bidding to reduce criminal activity at sea.
Shares in Europe hovered around the flatline in mid-morning deals on Friday following remarks from President Donald Trump about the Federal Reserve and amid further earnings.
Aerospace & Defense manufacturers are vying for business at the biannual trade show.
European shares fell Thursday as investors digested corporate results and cashed in recent gains.
The U.S. firm Boeing has won the lion's share of deals at the biannual air show.
President Trump wants the planes painted in a new red, white and blue design.
The U.K. engineer plans to cut down on flight time lost by airlines to essential maintenance.
Boeing NeXt is to work in partnership with outside companies as it looks to build unmanned vehicles, resolve air traffic control and help model infrastructure on the ground.
CNBC's David Reid on why it is time to rethink the daily commute.
Four or five passengers could be accommodated at speeds of up to 250mph.
Upscale fashion label Burberry has destroyed millions of dollars’ worth of clothing and perfume in a move questioned at its annual meeting. It destroyed £28.6 million ($37.1 million) of goods for the year ended March 31, 2018.
The family of KFC’s Colonel Harland Sanders has come to his defense after Papa John’s founder John Schnatter suggested the colonel had used the N-word but hadn’t faced criticism for doing so.
The three most popular online streaming services, Netflix, Amazon Prime and Now TV, had 15.4 million U.K. subscribers for the first quarter of 2018, while there were 15.1 million subscribers to services such as Sky, Virgin Media and BT.
CNBC looks at how the computer systems in F1 cars have made their way into regular vehicles.
FIA President Jean Todt discusses his start with the Ferarri team and the current problems facing F1.
F1 experts discuss whether the quieter engine sounds are making the sport less attractive.
Chase chief economist Anthony Chan says historically bad things happen when the yield curve inverts, but other economic indicators aren't pointing to recession risks right now.
Tim Lesko of Granite Investment Advisors says there's no impetus to sell Microsoft's stock because the valuation remains relatively cheap even as earnings continue to grow.
Jeff Hirsch of Probabilities Fund Management and the Stock Trader's Almanac says the Fed is the biggest risk to the market right now, but it has to keep moving on monetary policy because rates have been so low for so long.