As one of the Christmas period’s most popular gifts, gag or serious, the selfie stick has proved to be something either loved or hated – but incredibly lucrative.
The five top female game developers in England have been revealed, and each will receive £3,000 from investment and advisory firm Creative England alongside funding from the public as part of Crowdfunder's Queen of Code campaign.
It has been revealed that online greetings card company Moonpig.com has taken an API, a tool used for transferring data between software, offline as a flaw was enabling orders to be placed on customer accounts by hackers. A flaw which they knew of way in advance and did nothing about.
Creditsafe research revealed the most searched for companies of 2014. Surprisingly, this cohort was led by Travis Perkins, Britain’s biggest builders’ merchant.
With the British Business Bank now over two years old, Real Business meets its CEO, Keith Morgan, to discover its scope and objectives.
Online ticket sales platform Trainline has outlined plans to join the London Stock Exchange and raise £75m in the process.
In today’s turbulent global economy business confidence is coming and going in waves, with organisations asking themselves what they should do to ensure success and growth in 2015. The good news is that it is not rocket science, but the bad news is that many organisations have their work cut out to get there.
3D printing is a big trend. One with big implications for entrepreneurs. If consumers can print products in their own homes there all sorts of commercial implications. Toys could be sold as printer files. Consumers just print out the final product. Lego might find that exciting (or terrifying!).
A Syriza election victory would obviously increase Greek credit risk – i.e. the higher probability of a country default – and raise concerns of a Greek exit from EMU. On balance, however, we believe that the market implications should be relatively contained.
In June 2014, the Chancellor George Osborne set out plans to make a “Northern powerhouse”. This was in part due to the latest Autumn Statement revealing that employment in the three months to September in northern regions increased by 2.6 per cent, 0.3 per cent higher than the national average. This spoke volumes about the north being one of the centres driving economic growth.