Graphic modelling could replace spreadsheets, IT research firm Gartner reports.
Replacing traditional printed manuals with interactive online HR manuals could save £300m for UK HR
Worldwide PC sales witnessed a leap during the fourth quarter of 2009, according to analyst firm Gar
Intel's fourth-quarter profits have surpassed Wall Street expectations.
Gaming company Activision Blizzard has said that sales revenue of its shooter video game has crossed
Remy Cointreau US will now import the Zubrowka brand of Vodka from the Central European Distribution
Swiss chocolate maker Barry Callebaut predicts a stable market for chocolates in 2010.
UK food manufacturer Premier Foods said its full-year pre-tax profit would be lower than market expe
Associated British Foods (ABF) expects a rise in its annual profit.
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills will create a new body to monitor supermarket beh
German auto maker Volkswagen has unveiled its new 'Compact Coupe' at the North American Internationa
Navistar is developing a Super Truck that promises 50 per cent improvement in fuel efficiency.
BorgWarner, a US automobile component supplier, will provide gasoline turbocharger technology for Fo
Norway's bus operator company Nettbuss will start plying 12 hybrid Volvo buses in the country.
Kraft Foods' successful takeover of British confectionery maker Cadbury would put 30,000 UK jobs at
It is payback time for banks in America
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has introduced a £1bn fund to provide loans to British manufacturer
The British economy has begun to expand again after a recession that was the worst ever since 1921,
Italian chocolate-maker Ferrero is reported to be seriously considering pulling out of the bidding r
In a move to tighten the country’s monetary policy, China’s central bank has raised reserve requirem
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) chief executive Stephen Hester admitted that his parents think he m
The Nord Stream pipeline is a waste of European consumers' money, said the Polish Foreign Minster Ra
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin officially inaugurated the first section of the new East Siber
The Council of Europe has alleged that pharmaceutical companies have forced the World Health Organis
Researchers at the Institute of Legal Medicine in Seville, Spain found that more than three per cent
Severe winter freezes in the UK may become rare, because of the warming effect of climate change, wa
Boston researchers have found that drugs used to treat blood pressure and heart disease may cut the
The UK government will back a private member's Bill which attempts to force tanning salons to cater
Google said it will not accept China's censorship of search results and may pull out of the country