The Institute of Directors yesterday expressed concern at the appointment of Experian CEO Don Robert as chairman of the company.
A OnePoll survey released this week, commissioned by AppsBuilder, has uncovered that a startling 65.8 per cent of UK’s 4.9m small and medium enterprises (SMEs) do not currently have a mobile presence; equating to potential lost revenues of £52.6bn in the next 12 months alone.
Keith Morgan, CEO of the Government's new British Business Bank, shares some thoughts on business access to finance.
Non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) are also known as confidentiality agreements. They are contracts that require one (or each) party to keep confidential information that is disclosed by the other party.
Germany may be basking in World Cup glory, but another of its national pastimes has been embroiled in a price fixing scandal.
New figures confirm the stretched work-life balance enjoyed by Britain's finance directors.
More than a quarter (29 per cent) of UK employees are worried about the prospect of losing their jobs in the next six months, according to research released today.
The latest figures from the IMRG Capgemini e-Retail Sales Index have revealed online sales experienced a disappointing end to H1, recording the lowest annual growth since July 2013, and the steepest drop between May and June since 2008.
As someone who runs my own business, there are two bits of research that have caught my eye in the past few weeks. Individually, neither is particularly dramatic, but when combined they represent a real challenge for London businesses.
The UK economy is under threat from a systemic lack of technological competence.