The EU’s proposed Data Protection Regulation will be the first major piece of EU Data Protection legislation that will be directly binding on the UK without the need for national implementation before the obligations come into force. But it could have some devastating effects, warns law firm Wedlake Bell.
David Brown, co-founder and CEO of online performance network Ve Interactive – the company named Digital Champion of the Year at the 16th Growing Business Awards – has a few tips for companies hoping to become a leader in the sector and retailers yet to recognise the risk of getting online wrong.
A typical major website manages more than 70 digital marketing vendors every day – from video players to ad servers, recommendation engines, and social media widgets. But the scary part The website operations director is typically only aware of a fraction of them.
The issue over EU migration is now taking on worrying diplomatic overtones. And the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, has warned that the UK is dangerously close to crossing the point of no return.
The Annual Investment Allowance has surprised and delighted during recent Autumn Statement and Budget addresses. But how does it actually benefit your business
There are no shortage of crowdfunding campaigns online, but what does it take to put together a successful one that fills quickly
A German manufacturer has challenged the Rubik's cube's trademark. And the Court has finally reached a decision on the dispute.
Ahead of the chancellor's last Autumn Statement address before the 2015 general election, we reached out to our readership to find out the kind of measures they'd like to see introduced.
Emma Jones, founder of Enterprise Nation, looks at the Growth Vouchers scheme and speaks to entrepreneurs who have taken advantage of it.
The whistle to signal the start of Black Friday has been blown and retailers in the UK are hoping shoppers will be racing to grab bargains ahead of Christmas. Real Business talks to VoucherCodes.co.uk general manager Claire Davenport for more understanding as the popularity of the US seasonal marketing trend grows in Britain.
According to MP Andrew Miller, the terms and conditions that social media companies make users agree to are by no means a demonstration of how users have given informed consent for the exploitation of their personal data. This is often due to their excessive length and unnecessary complexity.
Recent historical research found that employers have always considered apprenticeships to be a beneficial method of vocational training. But the top sectors for apprenticeships have changed dramatically.