Support for startups is all well and good, but it's proven, growing mid-sized firms which truly deserve recognition, encouragement and support.
While sometimes feel guilty about our surfing habits at work, but a new study suggests we might surf as a way to relax and recharge when focusing on the task becomes difficult.
It's official, the UK has a driverless future in sight! The government is set to outline measures to permit driverless cars to use public roads by 2015.
The Government has today announced it has delivered the 20,000th of its Start Up Loans.
With the increasing number of criminal offences conducted using social media, on 12 June the House of Lords committee started an inquiry into how the development of media affected people’s behaviour and how the law and public policy need to respond. Yesterday they published their findings on whether new legislation was needed to deal with such situations.
Amidst reports of increasing deal activity in the market, here are some of the key employment law issues that should be kept in mind when considering purchasing the shares of another business in the UK.
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Samsung Electronics research found that British employees are the most likely in Europe to ignore workplace restrictions on social media.
More than one in ten (12 per cent) small and medium companies has considered closing down in the last three months, and 15 per cent have had to lose a member of staff, according to Zurich's latest business risk survey.