With new senior leadership in place, the Korean group is shedding its sedate image and taking risks to gain ground in the mobile industry and elsewhere.
The alternative meat industry is going strong, with grocery chains stocking their own private-label products to compete with market leaders like Beyond Meat.
CEO Vas Narasimhan seeks to transform the Swiss multinational into a cutting-edge pharmaceuticals firm that embraces digital healthcare technology.
Despite scandals, slowdowns and attempted takedowns, 2019 was a banner year for U.S. tech giants, with stock prices rebounding markedly from 2018 lows.
Japanese companies have established a major presence in mainland China, lured not by the cheap labour of the past, but by Chinese consumers of today.
Betting that game streaming platforms will transform the gaming industry and bring big wins, the omniscient tech firm has launched one of its own.
LVMH’s acquisition of iconic jeweller Tiffany for $16.2 billion – the biggest-ever in the luxury sector – could trigger more industry consolidation.
Though relatively small alongside rival chipmakers Intel and Nvidia, AMD is looming larger in the global semiconductor industry of late.
When Roula Khalaf takes the editorial helm, The Financial Times will have its first female Editor in its 131-year history as a pillar of financial media.