By Foo Yun Chee BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Europe's attempt to give workers at Uber, Deliveroo and other online platforms more social and labour rights failed a second time after France and three other countries abstained from voting on the watered-down political

Apple must open up its ecosystem. The European Union has decided this, and the Cupertino company has no choice but to comply with the Digital Markets Act, which obliges companies with at least 45 million active users to change their

By Giulio Piovaccari MILAN (Reuters) - Iveco Group and Hyundai Motor have struck a deal for the South Korean group to supply a fully electric light commercial vehicle to the Italian truck and bus maker, expanding an existing partnership agreement, they

In France, gig economy workers are starting to make themselves heard and improve their working conditions. In a period already characterised by several advances on the payroll front, the year ended with a bang at the end of December with

The AI Act approved by the European Union is the first law in the world to regulate artificial intelligence. The agreement on the rules covering the use of AI technologies came after close negotiations lasting over 30 hours between the Commission, Parliament and the European

By Nick Carey and Paul Lienert LONDON/DETROIT (Reuters) - Electric vehicle charging companies in Europe and the U.S. have started fighting over the best spots for fast public chargers, and industry watchers predict fresh rounds of consolidation as more big investors

By Supantha Mukherjee STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Total capital invested into European tech startups is projected to fall to $45 billion this year, down 55% from 2021, when investment volumes surpassed $100 billion for the first time, according to a report from

By Joe Cash BEIJING (Reuters) - European firms "urgently" need China to give clearer definitions of key terms in its cross-border data transfer rules, a European business lobby group said on Wednesday, warning firms also stood to waste millions of euros

By Victoria Waldersee and Nick Carey BERLIN/LONDON (Reuters) - After years of accelerating growth, Europe's electric car sales appear to be entering a go-slow zone as drivers wait for better, cheaper models that are two to three years down the road. Fully-electric