It’s becoming harder to be an optimist. A glance at the day’s headlines can be enough to make you want to bury your head in the sand. Maybe it’s time we channel Bill and Melinda Gates.
Have you heard of Buridan’s ass? Stefano Maifreni, founder and director of Eggcelerate, explains what the term means – and why it relates to Brexit.
Following news that reality TV star Kylie Jenner wiped $1.3bn off the value of Snap’s share price, we look at some other instances of digital disturbance.
It’s been announced that “Brexit will not leave Britain in a Mad Max wasteland” – not quite. That’s a reassurance… But could we ever find ourselves going down that dystopian route – and how would companies operate?
Pay discrimination on the grounds of ethnicity, gender and sexual orientation is costing the UK £127bn ever year – and it’s not just the employees that miss out.
A survey of British business leaders has revealed that over a third would like to see a Brexit reversal over any other growth stimulation technique.
Even if you run a business that isn’t under pressure to perform in the shadow of the likes of Amazon and Google, it’s likely that you’re still up against some big competitors.
Quick Capital’s FD gives his opinion on the FCA’s leaked investigation of the Royal Bank of Scotland’s GRG scheme – and how it has fuelled the rise of alternative lenders.
While technology has made travelling easier, it can cause a headache for finance departments. Fortunately, there are ways to overcome these hurdles.
In excess of four million broadband customers are paying out more for unreliable broadband services than they would be if they shopped around for superfast services.
In the latest of our GDPR doctors features, in which our legal and technical experts explain what companies should know ahead of GDPR’s arrival on 25 May 2018, Mark Weston of Hill Dickinson gives more detail on B2B transactions.
It takes something huge to foster business collaboration – especially when the topic is data protection and security. So it’s a testament to the gravity of GDPR that it is actually sparking conversations between data holders and partners, suppliers, customers and cloud services providers.