Bill Veghte appointed SurveyMonkey boss

Bill Veghte

News comes day after Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg joins board

Ola appoints Sarin to board

Indian ride-hailing service taps experience of former Vodafone CEO

Tech experts in fight for web security

Group opposes US and UK power to crack encrypted private data

TV under pressure over ad spending

US marketers plan to boost digital focus, says survey

Look at the expensive badge I’m wearing

Professional qualifications convey a message but they foster potentially misleading generalisations

Samsung profit falls for seventh quarter

Decline reinforces fears of gloomy Galaxy S6 smartphone sales

A worker demonstrates Apple Pay inside a mobile kiosk sponsored by Visa and Wells Fargo to demonstrate the new Apple Pay mobile payment system on October 20, 2014 in San Francisco City
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UK banks in digital payment app tie-ups

Deals designed to retain customers as mobile systems gain ground

LHC, the world's most powerful atom smasher

Physicists brought low by thinking big

Science is a messy affair peopled by characters ready to risk everything to seal their reputations

Google’s Waze tests carpooling app

US search group’s navigation business launches pilot in Israel


GoPro launches Hero 4 Session cube camera

Action device group revamps model to fend off rivals

Monitise issues fresh revenue warning

Mobile money group predicts return to profit by 2016

Uber to set up $50m Hyderabad office

India base set to be company’s first non-US service centre

Microsoft mission statement’s empty words

Nadella memo slips in two words with meaning: ‘tough choices’

Dan Schulman, PayPal: flip-flops or suit

The man who will lead the online payments group after its spin-off from eBay later this month

Yamaha aims high with farm drone

Japanese group seeks to expand sales of unmanned aerial vehicles

PayPal on takeover trail after eBay split

Chief says acquisitions a priority using $6bn war chest

Uber opts for co-operation in France

Group has been uncharacteristically compliant in suspending services

Ordnance Survey maps out new path

The 224-year-old agency that draws and sells the maps has part privatised

Optimal expects go-ahead on Skrill dea

Online payments group eyes LSE listing with €1.1bn deal

Uber suspends its POP service in France

Decision by ride-hailing group follows Paris protests