Home improvement retailer Lowe's continues to update its Iris smart home system. Originally released in 2014, it added mobile set up, remote monitoring and subscription-based emergency services to it's offered services. Now you can manage your home's…
A breakdown in relations between business chiefs and President Trump will damage confidence and hurt share prices
America’s chief executives finally seem to have got the message about President Trump. There is little benefit in trying to maintain sweet relations with a president whose ability to deliver tax cuts is fading by the day. But there is real reputational risk in being the last corporate suit still lending him support.
With the bosses resigning in droves from Trump’s two advisory councils, the president was obliged to take matters into his own hands by disbanding both panels. This was done to relieve “pressure” on the business people, he tweeted. But the way events were running, there would have been nobody left by the end of the week.
Now that Jawbone is making the move from consumer wearables to medical devices, just what is it up to? Bloomberg's sources might have an idea. They've obtained investment pitch documents from October 2016 indicating that Jawbone hoped to draw on tech…
On a Latin America tour, the vice president repackaged the president’s threat of military action in Venezuela.
• Norwegian forced out of European team at Des Moines
• Pettersen involved in controversy with Alison Lee at 2015 event
The Solheim Cup has been denied its pantomime villain, in a playing capacity at least. Wednesday’s news that a back problem has forced Suzann Pettersen out of the European team for this weekend’s event in Iowa would be notable enough – she has played eight times in the Solheim Cup – without the colourful backdrop.
After a conference call today organized by Stephen Schwarzman — Blackstone CEO and head of the president's Strategic and Policy Forum — the advisory council decided that the best thing to do in light of Trump's recent comments about the Charlottesv…
The Labour leader criticises Donald Trump for blaming both sides for the violence in Charlottesville. Speaking in the Lake District on Wednesday, he says there is no equivalence between white supremacists and people who protest against them
Jason Wilson, who was in Charlottesville during the white nationalist rally, says the record must be cleared: counter-protesters came in peace
Donald Trump said many things over the course of his press conference yesterday. Some of those things cannot be allowed to stand.
I was in Charlottesville over the weekend, and Trump’s characterization of the events there is flatly wrong.
- Fighters will wear eight-ounce rather than 10-ounce gloves
- Doctors express concern about exemption for 26 August bout
Floyd Mayweather Jr and Conor McGregor will fight with smaller gloves, though not nearly as small as the ones McGregor is used to wearing.
Nevada boxing regulators on Wednesday gave the two fighters an exemption to a rule requiring 10-ounce gloves, approving eight-ounce gloves for the bout, which takes places on 26 August. Representatives of both fighters appeared before the Nevada Athletic Commission to request the waiver.