Charles H. Silver, CEO, Algebraix looks at personal data spending power
President Donald Trump unveiled a $4.4 trillion budget for next year including a bid spending spree on the military.
The dip in the stock market is being blamed on a cabal trying to undermine the US president.
The global IT outsourcing industry has dropped nearly 30%, from $105bn in 2014 to $77bn in 2017.
Paul Worrall, Co-Founder of Zonafide talks about self-sovereign identity as a solution to cybercrime.
The European Union is set to vote in favour of imposing a ban on palm oil imports from Malaysia, which could spark a tit-for-tat retort.
CEO of Confirm, Pawel Kuskowski talks about the crypto barbarians at the gate
Michael McKee, Partner, DLA Piper UK LLP discusses payments competition in European retail banking.
Simon Paris, Deputy CEO, Finastra, looks at open banking, digital transformation and robotization.
Struggling to adapt to a digital-first world isn't a unique problem, nor a particularly new one in 2018.
The new 1% promotion fee for bitcoin mining is the lowest fee in the industry, said BTCC.
Barclays had already been charged for "unlawful financial assistance" in relation to the fundraising in July.
The Winklevoss twins and Ripple co-founder Chris Larsen are among those at the top of Forbes' cryptocurrency rich list who will have seen their Bitcoin billions slump this week.
The nuclear facility houses a 1-petraflop supercomputer that is capable of performing around 1,000 trillion calculations per second.
British farmers counting the cost of 4,300 unfilled vacancies and vegetables rotting in the fields as Brexit worries bite.