This one is supposed to increase transparency and independence.
Samsung has named a non-executive director as board chairman for the first time, to increase transparency and independence after the last one had a bad case of jail.
Nothing proves your green credentials like cutting down trees
While many people drive Teslas thinking they are saving the polar bear, the firm has been told by a court that it can make up for its lower-carbon fuel footprint by cutting down trees.
No question of making Mexican government pay for it
Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella said the technology giant will invest $1.1 billion in Mexico over the next five years, according to a promotional video released by the Mexican government on Thursday.
Making sure the massaging system does not Bork
The land of meatballs, open sandwiches and massages, Sweden has begun testing an e-krona, taking the country a step closer to the creation of the world's first central bank digital currency (CBDC).
Everything should belong to my golf buddies and supporters
The Trump administration urged the US Supreme Court to reject an appeal by Alphabet's Google, boosting Oracle's bid to collect more than $8 billion in royalties for Google's use of copyrighted programming code in the Android operating system.
Iconoclasm never ended well
Microsoft is rolling out updates to the icons for Windows 10's core apps over the months ahead, starting with the Calendar and Mail apps in a new Release Preview for Windows Insiders in the Fast ring.
Boffins asks Hal to sort out antibiotic problems
While people worry about AI taking over the world and killing humans, it looks like it has come up with a powerful antibiotic that kills some of the most dangerous drug-resistant bacteria in the world.
The fast-food restaurant helped make breakthrough
Fast-food restaurant McDonalds helped a University of Toronto boffin come up with a 3D printer material by giving him old chip oil for his experiments.
Brexit means that Google can shift data to the US
Google is planning to move its British users’ accounts out of the control of European Union privacy regulators, placing them under US jurisdiction instead.