Twenty US cities are vying a $5bn investment and 50,000 jobs, so are the movements of the CEO’s aircraft, N-271DV, the key to HQ2?
The tail number of Jeff Bezos’ $75m, 18-seat Gulfstream G650ER jet may provide the best clue yet of Amazon’s choice for a second US headquarters, otherwise known as HQ2.
Plan for fund combining taxpayers’ cash and private investment significantly behind schedule, it has emerged
A £400m government plan to build electric car charging points looks likely to be significantly delayed, in a blow to car manufacturers and efforts to tackle air pollution in UK cities.
The Treasury pledged last year to support the switch to zero-emission vehicles with a £400m fund for charging infrastructure. Half of the money was to come from the taxpayer, with the rest matched by the private sector, according to an announcement in the autumn budget.
PASADENA TX — There’s a cavernous hole in the front of the John Phelps Courthouse in Pasadena that’s been boarded up with plywood. It’s proof that thieves will go to extremes — including smashing through a courthouse — to get to an ATM machine. That …
Suspects fail to steal ATM from Pasadena courthouse – again (and it was caught on camera) KTRK-TV
Microsoft has released the latest version of Windows 10, adding improvements to task management, Cortana, Edge and sharing
The next version of Windows 10 is finally ready to download as a free update that adds some potentially game-changing new features as well as some welcome features that bring it up to par with what you might expect from a smartphone.
Instead of adding tools for people creating media, as the previous two updates have, the latest version of Windows 10 is focused on time and task management.
General Data Protection Regulation holds that anyone in Europe can ask any company for the data it has on them
Have you ever wondered what your boss or co-workers say about you behind your back? If you’re located in Europe, it will soon be extremely easy to find out.
Under the General Data Protection Regulation that comes into play on 25 May, any individual located in Europe can ask any company for the data it collects about them – and that includes their employer.