Facebook data row: will big tech shares slump?

Facebook shares fall

In the wake of Cambridge Analytica, Facebook shares plummeted, and it remains to be seen whether other big tech companies will suffer likewise

Top five cryptocurrency myths

Their early mystique has given rise to many a cryptocurrency myth or misunderstanding which can be easily dispelled

10 ways tech can cure big-city headaches

Lady walking in flood water in a city

From noisy airports and traffic jams to crime and anti-social behaviour, city life is full of annoyances. But what if technology could solve these problems? Here are ten ways it can help

Looking for insurance innovation outside the industry

Shai Wininger (left) and Daniel Schreiber, co-founders of Lemonade, the world’s first peer-to-peer insurance company

Innovation, essential for the insurance industry to adapt and prosper, must come from within, but also by bringing in outsiders with a new approach to the business

Insurance is being disrupted, but at a slow pace

Fresh ideas are melting the permafrost on a frozen industry and, despite a glacial pace of change, disruption is trickling down