Bitcoin set to go mainstream after US SEC approval

January 11, 2024
by Robert Fenech

First Bitcoin fund set to begin trading today

France’s Carrefour to take Pepsi products off the shelves

January 5, 2024
by Robert Fenech

The retailer had previously put up disclaimers in its aisles, slamming the food and drink giant for ‘shrinkflation’

Ryanair fares no longer available on online air travel agents like Kayak or Kiwi

January 3, 2024
by Robert Fenech

The Irish airline welcomed the removal of its flights from “pirate sites”, but warned of short-term impacts

Compromises need to be reached to reignite lasting peace in the Middle East – PM at European Council Summit

December 16, 2023
by BN Writer

No agreement was reached on the revision of the EU Multiannual Financial Framework

Zara in hot water after running advert accused of resembling Gaza images

December 12, 2023
by Helena Grech

The mega-fashion brand has since pulled a couple of photos from the campaign that were deemed the most offensive

‘Iconic’ Chanel cuff bearing ‘Maltese Cross’ sells for €400,000 at auction

December 6, 2023
by Robert Fenech

The Maltese Cross Cuff was a favourite of the legendary designer

Google to annihilate inactive accounts, starting 1st December

November 29, 2023
by Anthea Cachia

Say goodbye to your old Gmail account. Google will start its clean-up in two days

EU Court of Justice ruling: Public service employees across EU may be banned from wearing religious symbols

November 29, 2023
by Anthea Cachia

The issue arose in Belgium when an employee was asked to remove to remove their headscarf at the office

Black Friday blackout: Amazon workers strike on one of its busiest days of the year

November 24, 2023
by Anthea Cachia

This marks Amazon UK workers' 28th day of striking since January amid allegedly being 'treated like robots'

Google’s latest SGE AI power tool mimics virtual personal shopper for customised experience

November 20, 2023
by Anthea Cachia

SGE is still not available in Europe but has since expanded to Korea, South Africa and Mexico among others

You need to make a choice to continue using Facebook (and Instagram)

November 8, 2023
by Helena Grech

Give up your privacy to continue using for free or pay for an ad-free subscription service

Services sector deteriorates, manufacturing struggling – HSBC forecast on eurozone

November 7, 2023
by Fabrizio Tabone

HSBC presented its Q423 and 2024 European Economic Outlook, citing a drop in Europe’s leading activity indicators

Ryanair carried 17.1 million passengers during October 2023

November 3, 2023
by Fabrizio Tabone

The airline stated that over 870 flights have been cancelled due to the Israel-Palestine conflict

Apple reveals new ‘Scary Fast’ MacBook Pro and iMac lineup

November 1, 2023
by Anthea Cachia

M3, M3 Pro and M3 Max chips are expected to boost MacBook sales after a decline in recent quarters

Amazon managers given green light to sack employees who don’t go into office at least three times a week

October 20, 2023
by Fabrizio Tabone

The tech giant has made changes to its return-to-office policy, including a detailed step-by-step process for managers