- Westboro Baptist Church gets Ireland's flag wrong and declares it hates the Ivory Coast
- UK government borrowing 11% less than last year despite GDP growth slowdown
- Microsoft, Xiaomi, Lenovo and Huawei 'evince' interest in BlackBerry
- Saracens and Bath book Premiership final date at Twickenham
- Nokia N1: Lollipop-driven tablet up for purchase in Taiwan for $270, expected to reach Europe shortly
Website for celebrity magazine makes embarrassing blunder for not one, but two Hollywood legends
Dec 1, 2014
By Ewan Palmer
Andy Briggs, the boss of Friends Life, writes exclusively for IBTimes UK on World Mental Health Day.
Oct 10, 2014
By Andy Briggs
ComRes says Ukip are more trusted on the management of immigration than the Tories.
Lucky passengers who escaped the ill-fated MH17
Jul 18, 2014
By Akash KJ
The Australian Bureau of Statistics says employment climbed 47,300 in February.
But Matthew Whittaker warns without sustained improvement in wages, the recovery may yet run out of road.
Feb 19, 2014
Which? says it is disappointing to see some train companies consistently falling down on the basics of customer service.
Feb 17, 2014
The CMI says building a world-class workforces is a top challenge for CEOs.
Jan 10, 2014
Tests confirm 20 people died after contracting the Black Death in African island state.
Boxing champ imparts warning words of wisdom for controversial singer in wake of assault arrest.
Oct 22, 2013
Miley Cyrus has responded to her former bear dancer's claims with a picture.
Scandal star tops best-dressed list above Jennifer Lawrence, Zoe Saldana, Lily Collins and Jessica Chastain.
The slowdown in the economic activity of China continued in April as the weakening external demand and domestic consumption hit the industrial activity in the world’s second largest economy to reach its lowest level since May 2009, showing evidence that decelerating growth in the country is to yet find the bottom.
Two Japanese researchers have invented a speech jamming gun that makes people stop conversing within seconds forcing them to be silent.
Mar 4, 2012
The Metropolitan Police Service's (MPS) Specialist and Economic Crime Command has warned the public about fraudsters who may attempt to exploit its name to con people around the world.
According to Google Zeitegesit's 2011 list of the fastest rising people searches for the year, American singer Rebecca Black leads the way, followed by American television star Ryan Dunn and British socialite Pippa Middleton.