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The Volvo Construction Equipment/Skanska tie up is expected to cut carbon emissions by 95% and reduce costs by 25% over ten weeks. [Read More]
Ten years since the start of the global financial crash, Norway's wealthiest energy trader has punctured a massive hole in Nasdaq's energy liquidity fund. [Read More]
Political uncertainty is only one factor depressing the Swedish currency and stock market. Many investors hope that once the election is over, markets will bounce. [Read More]
The dark side of the cryptocurrency market is its opacity and lawlessness which deters many institutional investors. A fully regulated exchange which is now open... [Read More]
As public confidence in ICO issues declines, professional investors are snapping up deals at more realistic cryptocurrency prices. Perhaps the ICO market is growing up. [Read More]
Tonsser, the social app, has the largest football database in Europe. But this could be just the beginning, according to its young co-founders. [Read More]
Ministry of Sound was the tearaway when it burst onto the London club scene from a disused car park in Elephant and Castle. Now it's... [Read More]
Clever and E.On's first ultra-fast charging station on Europe's electric superhighway opens this autumn, and it will transform highway stopping stations. [Read More]
Plastic is killing marine life. Oslo-based Quantafuel is tackling the plastic problem by making synthetic diesel oil from it. [Read More]
Danish company Organic Basics sells organic cotton and silver-impregnated fabrics that don't need constant washing - it's all part of its aim to lead the... [Read More]
With the agreed purchase of coffee and sandwich chain Pret, JAB is putting more pressure on Nestle in the coffee wars. [Read More]
As iZettle agrees on terms of its sale to PayPal, it's still committed to taking on the giants of retail. Strategy director... [Read More]
The new bike share scheme will rely on data-driven technology and cutting-edge locking systems provided by Urban Infrastructure Partner. [Read More]
ABBA is still selling one million songs a year, 36 years after the band split up. The story of ABBA is about business as music. [Read More]
Using capital to get a return and make the world a better place is the key item on the agenda at Katapult Future Fest 2018.... [Read More]
Using capital to get a return and make the world a better place is the key item on the agenda at Katapult Future Fest 2018.... [Read More]
A Danish app using artificial intelligence aims to make users happier. Technology comes together here to deal with an increasingly pressing health problem. [Read More]
A new report shows the growing popularity of payment apps in China and the U.S., but China clearly leads the way. Banks had better watch... [Read More]
UCL Assistant Professor Kenny Ching explains why student startups are more likely to prioritize becoming commercial while their faculty peers tend to take longer and... [Read More]
Background music has been the poor relation to music for consumers. Spotify-backed Soundtrack Your Brand is changing that. [Read More]