Over the next six years, the emergence of self-aware vehicles could fundamentally impact transportation, mobility and society.
Wanna smoke? Reynolds American Inc, who own the popular American cigarette brand Camel, plans to ban smoking in its offices and buildings at the company. So you'll need to take it outside, or into its new designated areas.
A constant challenge facing risk and human resources professionals in Europe and around the world remains the need to balance business risk with individuals’ fundamental privacy rights.
The increase in corporate mobile device use, fuelled by Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and advances in technology, means there are many more ways in which data can be lost; whether through employee mistakes or malicious theft and sale of confidential information.
The government’s move to tighten up mortgage lending rules earlier in the year has led to reports that it’s going to be more difficult for business owners to get loans. However, we spoke to Malcolm Davidson, independent mortgage broker and founder of UK Money Man, about new options coming on to the market and how self-employed should prepare for the regulations.
Total's loss of CEO Christophe de Margerie on Monday, died unfortunately on Monday. And this has no doubt plunged the company into a governance nightmare.
The number of new companies being incorporated is on track to set a post-recession record in 2014, with nearly half a million new businesses starting up in the year to September, according to Companies House statistics released today.
Wozedu is a social network that connects young people with educators and employers. We spoke to company founder Oliver Donovan about the challenges facing young people looking for work, why a service like this is needed and what SMEs can do to help.
Superdry founder Julian Dunkerton has stepped down as CEO in order to 'boost the brand's image'.
Tesco chairman Sir Richard Broadbent has said he will leave the firm as a result of last month's inaccurate profit guidance.
'It's just business' is a popular refrain when things go wrong, but according to some new research: 'This time it's personal' might be a better one.
Seeing the same advert several times can irritate and exasperate its targeted audience, rather than endear them to the company and its product.