Samsung is releasing a new phone using parts from its Galaxy Note 7, which was axed after a battery fault led to some devices catching fire.
The firm said the Note Fan Edition would "minimise the environmental impact" of its high-profile flop.
The handset will go on sale only in South Korea on 7 July, with a safer, smaller battery, the firm added.
Samsung stopped production on its iPhone...
Iran's oil ministry says Total, the french energy giant, will on Monday sign a multi-billion-dollar contract to develop an Iranian offshore gas field, in the largest foreign deal since sanctions were eased last year.
Total signed a preliminary deal with Iran over the South Pars gas field in November, taking a 50.1 percent stake in the $4.8bn project. China National Petroleum Corporation...
The introduction of a written English language test for private hire drivers has been delayed after Uber won the right to appeal against the plans.
Transport for London (TfL) had wanted to revoke licences if drivers had not passed the test by 30 September.
Uber lost a High Court battle in March against the policy.
But the Court of Appeal has said it would hear Uber's case after it argued...
Google has been fined 2.42bn euros ($2.7bn) by the European Commission after it ruled the company had abused its power by promoting its own shopping comparison service at the top of search results.
The amount is the regulator's largest penalty to date against a company accused of distorting the market.
The ruling also orders Google to end its anti-competitive practices within 90 days or face...
Japanese car parts maker Takata has filed for bankruptcy protection in the US and Japan.
It is facing billions of dollars in liabilities over its defective airbags, which have been linked to at least 17 deaths worldwide.
Some of the airbags contained faulty inflators which expanded with too much force, spraying metal shrapnel.
US-based Key Safety Systems (KSS) has bought all of Takata's...
Boeing announced it will cut 200 jobs at its South Carolina plant where President Donald Trump gave a jobs speech in February and promised he would create jobs.
Boeing said the lay-offs are part of a plan announced in December 2016 to better compete with its French rival, Airbus. By the time of that announcement, the company had already cut about 5,000 jobs throughout the year.
"We are all...
Barclays and four former executives have been charged with fraud over their actions in the 2008 financial crisis.
The Serious Fraud Office case relates to the way the bank raised billion of pounds from Qatari investors enabling it to avoid a government bailout.
Former chief executive John Varley is one of the four ex-staff who will appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on 3...
Uber has fired more than 20 people, and is taking other actions against staff, after a harassment investigation.
The taxi-app firm said the sackings related to sexual harassment, bullying and issues about poor company culture.
Uber has been under fire over its treatment of women staff since a former employee wrote a scathing blog post about her experience.
It led to two investigations and...
Technology companies have defended their handling of extremist content following the London terror attack.
Prime Minister Theresa May called for areas of the internet to be closed because tech giants had provided a "safe space" for terrorist ideology.
But Google said it had already spent hundreds of millions of pounds on tackling the problem.
Facebook and Twitter said they were working...
Ford chief executive Mark Fields is set to depart following a major reshuffle at the car maker, according to reports.
His expected departure, first reported by the New York Times, comes as Ford faces weak sales, falling profits and a near-40% decline in its share price since Mr Fields took up his role in 2014.
He may be replaced by James Hackett of Ford's autonomous driving unit.