The Body Shop’s fair-trade suppliers might be left in limbo after collapse of UK company

February 19, 2024
by Anthea Cachia

The company is known of its standards of ethical, fair trade and cruelty free products

Ever wonder how many videos are on YouTube? Researchers reveal it’s a whopping 14 billion

February 10, 2024
by Robert Fenech

The way YouTube is used makes it most aptly described as infrastructure, say researchers

European Parliament to establish TikTok presence despite app’s ban on corporate phones

February 7, 2024
by Anthea Cachia

The Parliament is adopting this approach to fight disinformation and get the message across, while retaining cyber security

Toyota troubles: Japanese carmaker recalls 50,000 vehicles in US over airbag ‘injury or death’ fears

January 30, 2024
by BN Writer

The automaker is urging owners of older vehicles to get immediate repairs on the airbags of certain models

‘Revolutionary’ Apple Macintosh turns 40

January 24, 2024
by Robert Fenech

The Macintosh introduced wider society to digital life for the first time

Cayman Islands, Jordan removed from EU list of high risk third countries

January 23, 2024
by Helena Grech

Both countries were removed from the FATF grey list last October

Australia cuts ‘golden visa’ programme for wealthy investors citing ‘poor economic outcomes’

January 22, 2024
by Helena Grech

The programme was subject to heavy criticism

France undertakes reminting of 27 million coins after not following standard Commission requirements

January 12, 2024
by Anthea Cachia

French minting company Monnaie de Paris will bear the price of the costly mix-up

Bitcoin set to go mainstream after US SEC approval

January 11, 2024
by Robert Fenech

First Bitcoin fund set to begin trading today

France’s Carrefour to take Pepsi products off the shelves

January 5, 2024
by Robert Fenech

The retailer had previously put up disclaimers in its aisles, slamming the food and drink giant for ‘shrinkflation’

Ryanair fares no longer available on online air travel agents like Kayak or Kiwi

January 3, 2024
by Robert Fenech

The Irish airline welcomed the removal of its flights from “pirate sites”, but warned of short-term impacts

Compromises need to be reached to reignite lasting peace in the Middle East – PM at European Council Summit

December 16, 2023
by BN Writer

No agreement was reached on the revision of the EU Multiannual Financial Framework

Zara in hot water after running advert accused of resembling Gaza images

December 12, 2023
by Helena Grech

The mega-fashion brand has since pulled a couple of photos from the campaign that were deemed the most offensive

‘Iconic’ Chanel cuff bearing ‘Maltese Cross’ sells for €400,000 at auction

December 6, 2023
by Robert Fenech

The Maltese Cross Cuff was a favourite of the legendary designer

Google to annihilate inactive accounts, starting 1st December

November 29, 2023
by Anthea Cachia

Say goodbye to your old Gmail account. Google will start its clean-up in two days