World-famous for its coffee machines and with a history stretching back to 1974, Italian appliance manufacturer De’ Longhi is well established in […]
From a small operation offering basic data connectivity and cabling in the early nineties, Trends & Technologies Inc. has evolved into one […]
It’s not often you come across a CEO who straddles academia, arts, law, and industrial manufacturing, but that’s exactly what you get […]
The death of the high street? Maybe not. Forward-thinking retail tech company SES-imagotag has become the global leader in its market. Chairman […]
Global agribusiness giant Syngenta helps farmers worldwide maximise their resources and increase crop yields. This can be especially important in developing countries […]
With pre-World War Two origins and a consolidated turnover of 2 billion and 229 million euros, Parma-based Chiesi Group is among the […]
Pipeco Malaysia was formed in 1984, with a general engineering hardware focus. In 1989, the company ventured into what is called sectional […]
Erwin Kotányi was just 24 years old when he took over the family business in 1981. Since then, what had once been […]
It’s hard to image that a company which sprang up from an idea in 2015 could, a mere six years later, become […]
Operating in a sector transformed by the digital revolution, twenty-five-year-old translation and localization company Lionbridge not only survived the onslaught of technology […]
She’s all about the people – and the planet, and is working hard to make sure Siemens stay true to its promise […]
With a history longer than that of the French Republic itself, Paris-based manufacturing group Saint-Gobain is a mainstay of global industry, enjoying […]
Europe-wide, carsharing company SHARE NOW takes a disruptive approach to urban mobility . With a bold mission to make city driving both more […]
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted all forms of commerce but lockdowns have been particularly devastating for brick-and-mortar retail. We spoke to Toni […]
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted all business sectors to some degree – but it has wreaked total havoc in some. Aviation has […]
French electronic parts supplier ICAPE Group has established a global reputation in its field. The company’s policy of promoting from within has […]
Cologne-based hotel operator DHI – Dorint Hospitality & Innovation has remained a visible presence in central Europe for over 60 years. With […]
German company, Rottendorf Pharma, has manufactured, packaged, developed, and analysed products for the global pharmaceutical industry for more than 90 years. Yet […]
While Dubai and Abu Dhabi have long been the focus of international business and investment, the economy of Sharjah – their 1000 […]
At the helm of Kerala India’s Kitex Garments – a $175 million business – is Sabu M. Jacob, a man who’s first […]
Specialists in office fitouts, space planning, interior design consultancy, and furniture, Gemaco Interiors is known for high-profile projects including Etihad Airways Abu […]
With its Aura branded products, which are used by millions of households, Turkish manufacturer Ihlas Ev Aletleri (IEA) has proven itself a […]
Satriun’s mission is to optimise and automate reporting processes at the corporate centre through enhanced financial reporting and by doing so, enable […]
The MOSOLF Group is one of the leading system service providers for the automobile industry in Europe. Founded in 1955 and headquartered […]
Swiss company ANYbotics is leading the way in industrial robot applications. Milestone spoke with its CEO to discuss the future of the […]
Kilian Wagner, VIU Eyewear’s CEO, is rethinking retail by holistically engaging with customers both on- and offline, while also pulling together the […]
Hakan Sahin was drafted in as Nobel’s general manager in 2013 when the company was struggling – luckily, it no longer is, […]
MDV Sports combines three of Europe’s leading winter sports brands under one umbrella. As a result, Italy’s Dalbello along with Völkl and […]
Hot items included Barbie dolls, Lego sets, the Nintendo Switch, headphones and smartwatches, according to Adobe.
The company has been hoping for a valuation of as much as $90 billion in a U.S. IPO, according to a news report earlier this month.
Postal workers have disrupted the Swedish Transport Agency’s deliveries of license plates to Tesla.
The canal normally handles about 36 ships a day, but will gradually reduce the number of vessels to 18 a day by Feb. 1 to conserve water.
Musk met with Israeli officials including Benjamin Netanyahu and toured the kibbutz where some of the worst violence by Hamas occurred on Oct. 7.
The states behind the suit allege the company said publicly that its platform was safe, when internal data showed that users experienced disproportionate harm online.
Many people will see lower premiums through 2025, thanks to provisions in the Inflation Reduction Act.
Rising interest rates and a shaky commercial real estate sector is weighing on the economy: “You’re operating perennially in a cloud of uncertainty.”
Pudgy Penguins CEO Luca Netz says he never went down a spending rabbit hole as a millionaire—Rolls-Royce aside.
Social media has transformed from a place where users connect with friends to a distribution network for influencers and the brands that sponsor them.