Walt Disney World resort uses wearable technology to track staff movements

Wearable technologies are nothing new. The Google Glass consumer-oriented product allows owners to do many of the things they could do on their tablet(...)

More than four-fifths of the FTSE 100 chairmen questioned by Korn Ferry, a leadership and talent consultancy, said they wanted to see Britain renegotiate its relationship with Brussels. Photograph: Jock Fistick/Bloomberg

A group of FTSE 100 chairmen surveyed for a poll have overwhelmingly backed renegotiation of Britain’s relationship with the European Union, with many(...)

Charles Yin: “Relations between China and Japan are in a state to be very concerned [about].”  Photograph: Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg

In many ways, it’s the key relationship in Asia, that between China, the world’s second-largest economy, and the country it displaced in that role, Ja(...)

Fujitsu president Masami Yamamoto believes the key issue for Japan’s faltering tech giants is how to create more value in an increasingly connected world

It may be difficult to recall now but in the late 1980s Japanese companies ruled the world of hi-tech gadgets. Sharp and Hitachi were household names.(...)

Japanese chipmaker Renesas Electronics Corp has said it is considering selling a unit that designs display control chips, amid media reports that Apple  is in talks to buy it for about 50 billion yen ($483 million).

The future of Apple ’s supply chain for its flagship smartphones has come under industry scrutiny as people familiar with the matter said Apple(...)

Wattics hopes sales next year will break the €2 million mark after raising cash from a mix of private investors, the State and EU.

Energy software specialist, Wattics, is hoping that sales next year will break the €2 million mark after raising cash from a mix of private investors,(...)