Grand Slam judo is back in Tel Aviv - and on the day it was the sport’s rising stars who made the biggest impact.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced the suit, arguing that "this Goliath of a company is using its power to manipulate the market, destroy competition, and harm you, the consumer."
The workplace messaging service has accused Microsoft of the "illegal and anti-competitive practice of abusing its market dominance".
A group of Argentine waiters came to Buenos Aires on Saturday (September 28) to test one to its extreme - speed
Flying cars might still be the stuff of science fiction, but competitors did their best to defy gravity
Traditional methods of education are barely keeping up with the dynamism of globalised industries, but one thing is certain – human capital remains central to the world’s economies even with the increased use of robots and artificial intelligence.
They are in the Argentinian capital for the Tango World Championships
Google appears to be in the firing line again for anti-competitive behaviour in Europe. The European Union is being urged to investigate the US tech giant's jobs search tool.
Russia hosted 22 countries as part of the Army Games 2019.
Participants of Red Bull "flight day" competition took their chances on Sunday, July 28th to entertain themselves and the spectators gathered at a Moscow canal with colourful costumes and quirky attempts to make their machines fly.
The EU has launched a formal investigation into how Amazon uses data from other merchants selling goods on its websites.
400 riders competed against each other on toy horses, inspired by actual equestrian sports.
Aspiring entrepreneurs pitch start-up project in Finland's glacial waters
It would have harmed competition in the railway market, said the European Commission.
In this edition: can the EU compete with global companies with its current competition rules? A Franco-German rail sector merger is sewing division in Brussels. And the rest of the news in Brief - aid to Venezuela, Eurogroup accountability and from a critic to a convert.
After Venice, Hong Kong and Singapore, the 72 watches selected by the jury of the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) are arrived at the final stage of their international journey.
Following the Teqball World Cup in France, Euronews finds out what the sport is, who invented it, and what we can expect in the future.