African barber shops come to life on London stage
For African men, a visit to the barbershop is an important rite of passage. For generations, men have visited to get their hair and beards styled, but also, to exchange conversations around masculinity, fatherhood and other issues affecting African men.
Britain calls Stena Impero oil tanker seizure 'hostile act' as Iran releases video of capture
London has denounced Iran's seizure of a British-flagged oil tanker in the Gulf as a "hostile act." German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas says Europe is trying to prevent an "uncontrollable military escalation."
Spice Girls rock London's Wembley Stadium
British girl band the Spice Girls come to London with their reunion tour.
The future of work and the modern workplace
Bloomberg's Brad Stone sits down with Clare Barclay, Chief Operating Officer for Microsoft UK; Cal Henderson, CTO and Co-founder of Slack; and Christopher Pieroni Operations Director for Workspace for a conversation on the future of work at the Bloomberg Sooner Than You Think Summit in London.
Christian Chukwu to be treated at St Elizabeth Hospital, London
Former Super Eagles coach, Christian Chukwu has expressed optimism of better treatment in London.
Facebook picks London as WhatsApp mobile payments hub
Faceook Inc. has chosen London as the center of a planned expansion of payments on its WhatsApp mobile-messaging app. Bloomberg's Julie Verhage and Kurt Wagner have more on "Bloomberg Technology."
Lloyd's of London's toxic culture
Bloomberg’s Jason Kelly discusses the toxic environment for women at Lloyd's of London.
Man ‘cured’ of HIV
An HIV-positive man has been ‘cleared’ of the AIDS virus in London. According to doctors, the unnamed person received a bone marrow transplant from an HIV resistant donor and antiretroviral drugs about 19 months ago.