After COVID-19, how can the EU restart growth in a more social and 'green' way?
Some of Spain’s world famous holiday destinations have become COVID-19 hotspots. Ibiza may be considered the clubbing capital of the world, but despite its dancefloors being silenced by the pandemic, infection rates in the Balearic islands are still climbing.
Apple has become the first US company to hit the milestone as tech companies continue to thrive thanks to the global pandemic.
"We lost two months of sales. Up to 50% of our usual turnover," wine producer Jean Simonet told Euronews. His domain, Château Grand Boise, relies mostly on restaurants to buy up its stock.
Once a sign of progress and a success story for President Alexander Lukashenko, the Hi-Tech Park in Minsk has become a symbol of inequality amid a tanking economy.
China was among the first countries to successfully contain and control the Covid-19, and consequently Chinese businesses had a headstart in finding ways to adapt to the new reality.
A judge ordered the release of Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen who was allegedly taken back to prison for refusing to sign a document saying he would not publish a tell-all book about his former employer.
Dubai-based serial entrepreneur, Joy Ajlouny, is a self-proclaimed ‘bull in a china shop’.
As the world struggles with the coronavirus pandemic, Spotlight explores how Hong Kong's start-up and cultural scene is adapting.
From a very early age, Emirati entrepreneur Dr. Sara Al Madani believed her ideas could turn a tidy profit.
Business Line looks at why ending lockdown in the UK may not save some businesses; a Dubai-based initiative to help innovators get their COVID-fighting technologies to market; and, how an unexpected eco-staycation trend in Italy could provide a welcome boost to local business.