Some 25,000 users have accused Facebook of violating European privacy laws. This also includes the way they are monitored when using the “like” button.
Seller of sandwiches and salads, Pret A Manger, is trialling a dinner service in London's West End at its Strand branch, offering hot dishes alongside beer, wine and Prosecco from 6pm.
New research has shed light on what junior employees at the world’s leading technology companies can envisage earning when starting out, with business social media platform LinkedIn coming out on top.
So you want to raise angel investment. George Whitehead, chairman of the government-backed Angel CoFund, explains the key ingredients to a successful approach.
In a new investment project created by Virgin StartUp and reward-based crowdfunding channel Crowdfunder, up to 100 businesses could be eligible for a share of a £750,000 funding pot.
From Warner Bros' Iron Giant and Bicentennial Man's Andrew to Wall-E and Gigolo Joe from Artificial Intelligence, the movie verse has often given robots personalities in order to advance plot lines and create drama. But this concept may no longer be the preserve of science fiction.
Ever wanted to see David Cameron, Nick Clegg, Ed Miliband and Nigel Farage form a boyband? The Green Party have joined the queue of political party broadcasts (PPB), which often tend to unite the nation in embarrassment, especially when attempted humour is involved.
Staff retention is an ongoing issue for employers, with many employees desiring more money, skills and so on. But for a company to be truly “cool”, there are 50 things that can be considered.
The average British household owns 7.4 internet-connected devices, which drove the digital advertising spend up by 14 per cent to hit a record £7.2bn in 2014, according to the Internet Advertising Bureau and PwC.
Hospitality firm Whitbread, which owns Costa and Premier Inn, plans to create 6,000 new apprenticeships by 2020 and prime minister David Cameron has declared his support of the recruitment project.
By fostering strength among the group of mid-sized manufacturers it comprises, Germany’s Mittelstand has become recognised as a global powerhouse which has played a role in propelling the nation’s economy to be the fourth biggest in the world by GDP.
John Glenn, who became the first American in orbit, once said the "role of men is to go to war and into space. Women are not involved in these activities."