By the end of this year, the Council of the European Union intends to ratify several changes to data protection laws, replacing the EU Data Protection Directive issued in 1995.
July represented the start of the busiest time of year for larger SMEs trying to enrol their businesses into workplace pensions, according to Lighthouse Group, who predict that this surge will continue into November.
Google+ is quickly becoming an essential part of any business’s social media strategy, so here six crucial tips that every marketer should know.
More signs emerge today that the wind has returned to the UK economy's proverbial sails.
Secretly, for two years, Google has been building and testing autonomous aerial vehicles. And they already have a purpose in mind for them: delivering purchased goods.
When the Government launched its latest consultation on tax avoidance on August 19, it may well have had in mind those small number of individuals who shelter substantial amounts of income and gains outside the UK in order to evade UK tax.
Although no commercial company has yet demonstrated a spaceplane able to carry passengers, the UK Space Agency unveiled a list of possible spaceport locations in July. And the selection of a site could already take place before the end of 2018.
Tom Phipps, a director at Livingstone London, considers the best reasons and timings for moving on.
Sir James Dyson, Britain's favourite engineering entrepreneur, looks set to launch a new robotic vacuum cleaner next month.
A large proportion of employees has admitted to bending the rules and claiming more than they should for expenses, a survey released today suggests.
The economy may have turned a corner but figures show that lending to businesses is continuing to fall, despite changes to the Government's Funding for Lending Scheme.
There are concerns that Britain's export plans are not on track as export forecasts for this year have been revised down in research published today.