Digital-only startup Starling Bank is being watched by some of the biggest banks – and they'll probably try to copy its model, according to CEO Anne Boden.
Data which can track our psychological behavior is "something very powerful" and could help tackle unhealthy habits, according to the CEO of Earthmiles.
Intel could be a technology stock worth investing in as it looks to expand its chip business in the second half, an asset portfolio manager told CNBC.
The Royal Bank of Scotland plans to cut 880 jobs from its IT department in London by 2020, according to a U.K. labor union.
Ryanair has called on U.K. airports to restrict the sale of alcohol after it was reported that arrests of drunken passengers rose by 50 percent in a year.
Massive tech players like IBM and Capgemini could go on a mergers and acquisitions “shopping spree” for financial technology (fintech) start-ups next year, the chief of one such start-up has told CNBC.
A British real estate agent that drew up a map of where to live in the UK to avoid “any nuclear impact from World War Three” has apologized for the stunt.
Tech stocks could be set to continue outpacing other industries, an analyst has told CNBC.
The Google employee who was fired by the tech giant over a viral memo said the company's products have been hurt by a "lack of ideological diversity".
The Bank of England (BOE) has decided to keep using polymer, an ingredient containing beef, for its banknotes despite a backdrop of animal rights activists angered by the move.
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.
Drew Matus of MetLife gives his take on buying stocks while considering news out of Washington and overseas.
A massive manhunt is underway in Spain for the terrorist who drove a van into a crowd of pedestrians in Barcelona yesterday.
Jeff Kleintop of Charles Schwab says so far, markets have been tracking earnings instead of political headlines, although tax reform would provide a boost.