London Technology Week (LTW) took place from 15-21 June and was a week of face-to-face events where some of the world’s most innovative products and personalities were on display. Niall O’Loughlin, marketing manager at 99designs, has unveiled the event highlights of the design industry.
Endless emails and time-wasting phone calls are all in a day's work for the office worker, so Capital Karts has found out 50 methods used by clerical colleagues to prevent themselves from flipping their desk over in a fit of rage.
Business owners have to navigate a number of obstacles: the recent court fee increase, for example, imposes upfront costs of £10,000 on a claim of £200,000. Professional negligence claims are particularly difficult to pursue, however, because your opponent – who, as an individual, should theoretically be easier to take on than an organisation – has a habit of changing mid-bout.
Seagate's Sof Socratous discusses the impact of bring your own device (BYOD), how it's transforming the way SMEs store and access data at work, and the challenges a BYOD policy can bring.
American tech giant Apple is set to launch its Apple Pay service in the UK in July, while Barclaycard will also begin selling a series of wearable payment devices with the bPay line.
Shares in Japanese electronics giant Sony have fallen more than eight per cent after it announced plans to raise money in a sale of shares and convertible bonds.
Banking startup Mondo has confirmed its first funding round with Passion Capital investing £2m. It's planning ahead and aims to offer a full current account in the first half of 2016.
Whether you are just about to start your career, or if you’re thinking of changing your job further down the line, there are some great – and not so great – pieces of advice out there to help you settle in and make an impression.
Will.i.am joined a panel of media and advertisement leaders at the Cannes Lions to discuss the future of the creative industries. He urged the advertising industry to start “adding value to communities”.
When it comes to developing modern and more efficient workplaces, UK business leaders need to draw on the experience of Generation Y, according to Adam Reynolds, the new CEO of webexpenses.
It has been a year since legislation was passed giving all employees the right to request flexible working, so how much of an impact has it made on UK businesses so far?
With AIM now more than two decades old, Ashfords partner James Lyons analyses how much of a success it has been as a junior market, and just what goes into becoming a public company these days.