Steel fabricator voestalpine’s plant will be the first in Europe since before 1978 and will produce materials needed for everything from aircraft components to complex parts for 3D printing Plans to build Europe’s first high-tech steel plant in 40 years have been unveiled.
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With Samsung, Intel and Nokia pioneering the upcoming roll-out of 5G, significantly faster internet speeds aren’t far away - and could have major implications for smart cities and self-driving vehicles The upcoming fifth generation wireless systems, expected to be widely available by 2020, is a giant leap forward for wireless technology, potentially offering up to
To start a business, and remain at the top, requires no small degree of character.
The proposed expansion of Heathrow has been in the works for some time but a new proposition from Arora Group threatens to steal the infrastructure project from the airport’s operator Three years since Heathrow Airport Holdings Limited announced its intention to expand the UK’s busiest airport, a company has unveiled an alternative plan to
The Queen’s Award for Enterprise gives the royal stamp of approval to UK companies trading overseas in everything from scientific virtual reality to AI algorithms With the deadline for Brexit less than a year away, exporting far and wide has never been more crucial for British companies.
A battle of the brands could be on the horizon in British supermarket land after Asda and Sainsbury’s announced a merger proposal Sainsbury’s and Asda’s proposed merger has stirred up much intrigue but the challenges ahead are numerous with competitors like Aldi and Lidl primed to retain their slice of the market.
Apple’s record quarterly results will relieve some pressure after it came second to Samsung last year in market share but can it overtake its rivals before the end of 2018?
Silicon Valley is home to some of the world’s most forward-thinking companies but huge success hasn’t sheltered the leaders of tech giants including WhatsApp, Facebook, Tesla and Uber from personal troubles WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum’s sudden exit from parent company Facebook was not particularly shocking after his apparent disputes with the social media network.
Jan Koum amassed a $9.1 billion fortune after founding WhatsApp in 2009 - but now he is leaving the company after an apparent dispute with Facebook Facebook’s on-going period of public difficulty won’t be helped by WhatsApp’s co-founder Jan Koum’s announcement that he intends to leave the company to “do thing I enjoy outside of