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Amazon, one of the As in the FANGMAN group. Photograph:  Emmanuel Dunand/AFP via Getty

Going long on US technology and growth stocks remains the most-crowded trade in the world, according to Bank of America’s fund manager survey. Contrar(...)

Samsung said it had started construction on a chip-making facility in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, dedicated to its made-to-order foundry business. Photograph: iStock

Samsung Electronics has begun building a cutting-edge chip production line intended to help it take on Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing in the busin(...)

The Dell XPS 15

With all the focus on remote working, now may be a good time to start looking at a new laptop. The XPS 15 is one of Dell’s newest additions to its lin(...)

The Microsoft Surface Book

Microsoft Surface Book From €1,849 Microsoft’s Surface Book has its fans. The crossover between a tablet and a fully powered desktop machine combines(...)

New Lenovo laptops: the first to feature the Nvidia Advanced Optimus technology.

Lenovo Legion gaming laptops (from €1250) Lenovo is planning some new gaming PC, with the Legion 5i Y550 and Legion 7i Y750 joining the line-up. The (...)

Major globally-focused Irish multinationals were badly affected on Friday. Kerry Group fell 3.85 per cent to €115, while Glanbia was down 3.65 per cent to €10.65.

European shares ended the week down roughly $1.5 trillion in their worst weekly performance since the 2008 financial crisis as the rapid spread of cor(...)

Kerry Group, which got a good bounce on Tuesday on the back of its latest results, retained those gains on Wednesday, closing up 3.3 per cent to €125.6.

European shares notched a fresh record high on Wednesday, as a decline in the number of new coronavirus cases and hopes of more stimulus from Beijing (...)

Photograph: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Major world stock indexes were little changed on Friday as investors further assessed the economic fallout of China’s coronavirus outbreak, while oil (...)

Excluding smartphones, IT spending will dip from 7 per cent growth in 2019 to 4 per cent this year. Photograph: iStock

Worldwide spending on ICT is expected to rise by 6 per cent this year to $5.2 trillion (€4.76 trillion) although disruption to supply chains due to th(...)

From a commercial point of view, it is easily understandable why the event’s organiser, GSMA, would be reluctant to pull the plug on it

With numerous big names having announced plans to miss Mobile World Congress (MWC) due to concerns over the coronavirus, the chances of it proceeding (...)

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