Executives who were members of extramarital affairs website Ashley Madison were much more likely to work at companies that restated earnings, research shows.

When it comes to extramarital affairs and workplace performance, there are two schools of thought. The first is that a person’s private life is irrele(...)

Ashley Madison’s CEO Rob Segal (left) and president James Millership: “We are a non-judgmental platform that reflects the tastes and usages of our customer base; we’ve seen partners looking for other couples, partners looking for a single partner, soft kink . . .”

Once bitten, twice shy, as the old proverb goes. And it is understandable if members of the infamous infidelity website Ashley Madison are wary of lo(...)

Digital privacy became a truly dominant international concern this year with high-profile breaches including the Ashley Madison website. Photograph: Reuters/Mark Blinch

In the first week of January this year, I began the new year with a prediction. “Privacy will be a big issue in 2015. In Ireland as well as internati(...)

W hen designer Eily Roe is creating her showhouse schemes, she starts by dreaming up characters. “I see the house, the location and the potential buye(...)

Hackers who stole customer information from the cheating site AshleyMadison.com dumped 9.7GB of data to the dark web on Tuesday fulfilling a threat to release sensitive information. Photograph: Carl Court/Getty Images

There may have been more than a few embarrassed people around the country as the news broke that the data from the Ashley Madison hack had been made (...)