Airbus chief willing to step down if 'no longer part of the solution'

Tom Enders, chief executive of French aeronautical giant Airbus, said on Sunday that he would be willing to step down from the role he had held since 2012 in an effort to safely guide the firm through ongoing corruption investigations.

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Blue Star's SatoshiPay opens IOTA demo to public

New technologies-focussed investment company Blue Star Capital announced on Monday that, further to its update on 29 September regarding SatoshiPay's proof-of-concept project with the IOTA Foundation, SatoshiPay has now released the proof-of-concept demo site to the public.

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Draper Esprit targets £75m-worth of investment in seed funds across Europe

Venture Capital firm Draper Esprit announced on Monday a strategy targeting up to £75m worth of investment in top seed funds across Europe over the next five years, less than a week after its funds had committed £17m into three new Europe-based digital technology businesses.

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Uber to begin London operations appeal process

Ride-hailing service Uber has started an appeal process against the London authorities' decision to discontinue the car service's operations in London.

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TfL releases timetable for oldest tube lines to receive newest signalling

Long-suffering commuters on some of the London Underground’s most extensive and complex lines were given at least a timetable for reprieve on Friday, with Transport for London confirming multiple test trains were running on the brand new signalling system on the subsurface routes for the first time.