HSBC set aside more money for potentially larger loan losses due to the coronavirus pandemic and weakening oil prices.
Glencore reported its first annual net loss since 2015 after writing down $2.8 billion in coal, oil and copper assets.
HSBC's pre-tax profit for 2019 fell 33% to $13.35 billion, missing expectations.
Uber has signed an agreement with Nissan to introduce a fleet of 2,000 Leaf hatchbacks for its drivers.
Guzman y Gomez co-founder Steven Marks gave up fund managing to build a fast food empire.
Bolt is now profitable — or close to being profitable — in two thirds of its markets, CEO Markus Villig says.
Several of Uber's competitors have made no delay in using the company's misfortune in London as an opportunity.
The announcement comes just a day after Uber was stripped of its London license by the local transport regulator.
Uber's permit expires Monday at 11:59 p.m. London time, and according to Transport for London a decision is yet to be reached.
One feature Uber is introducing is a tool that lets users flag any discriminatory behavior they experience during a journey.
The world's biggest oil company released a prospectus Saturday, providing further information but without revealing the precise size of its planned share offering.
Three of Asia's biggest business hubs have emerged as the world's most environmentally-friendly commuter cities in a new study by data insights company Kantar.
China has built a huge surveillance state at home. It's now exporting that technology abroad, thanks to some of the country's largest firms.
Possible U.S. restrictions on investing in Chinese companies would not only have a limited effect on China — but it could also hurt the United States.
Fintech partnerships give banks the chance to experiment without creating costly in-house projects.
London attracted 114 deals worth $2.1 billion in the first eight months of the year, according to new research.
Elliptic on Wednesday said it raised $23 million in a funding round led by Japan's SBI Holdings to fuel an aggressive expansion into Asia.
The U.S. is home to some of the most digitally secure cities in the world, yet it lags behind in other important safety measures, a new study has found.
Some are calling for a ban of live facial recognition, where surveillance cameras equipped with the technology scan people in public places.
Aramco's IPO will take place over two stages: A flotation on the Saudi stock exchange later this year, and an international listing in 2020 or 2021, The Wall Street Journal reported.