The UK is planning to construct two subsea cables to link the country with giant solar and wind farms in Morocco, but Africa's landscape should not be blighted to provide power to the Western world.
Sledgehammer Games has opened a new studio in Guildford, UK, to complement existing studios in the Bay Area, Melbourne and Toronto.
The UK is raising taxes to drive green growth and level up the country. Instead, says Harry Braund of the UK Shareholders Association, it should use sovereign wealth investment to fill this gap.
Ireland has succumbed and announced it will meet the global minimum corporation tax level of 15%. The country has been one of Europe's FDI stars in recent years. Is this position now under threat?
Zurich-based fintech company Leonteq has opened a new office in Lisbon to tap into the city's talent pool and sourcing opportunities.
Ilana Wisby, CEO and founder of Oxford Quantum Circuits, discusses pioneering quantum computing-as-a-service, the quantum scene in the UK, and how the industry will scale up.
US-based Excelitas Technologies has invested $35.1m (€30m) in a new factory in Göttingen, Germany, to assemble optomechanical systems and components for the semiconductor industry.
Law firm Simpson Thacher & Bartlett has opened a new office in Brussels to serve its European customers.
US-based Amazon will open its first Irish fulfilment centre in Dublin in 2022 to help meet customer demand.
US-based Wasserman is strengthening its European presence with a new marketing office in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Croatian IT company Q plans to open an office in London in September 2021, which will employ about 100 staff.