According to the Intelligence and Security Committee, while issues under consideration in the Investigatory Powers Bill are “undoubtedly complex”, it warned that the government had missed the opportunity to provide clarity and assurance.
WorldRemit, a British fintech business powering money transfer services, has secured a $45m investment that takes total funding to $192.7m to date.
James Brooke, CEO of Amplience, explains how simultaneously improving the reach, quality and agility of digital content is vital to retail sales performance.
In an interview with the BBC, Adair Turner, or Lord Turner, warned that peer-to-peer lending (P2P) is a danger and will produce losses in the coming years.
Most business leaders are aware that they have obligations to protect the personal data of their staff, customers and other individuals whom they deal with. But understanding the real operational implications of those obligations isn’t always easy in practice.
Connectivity, venture capital, diversity, community and more – we take an in-depth look at the various factors and accomplishments that make London deserving of the “business capital of Europe” label.
A Starbucks employee, accused of falsifying documents after entering the wrong information due to dyslexia, took the company to court and won her case. As such, here are some tips on spotting dyslexia and how to ensure employees work comfortably.
Legal expert Melanie Wadsworth uses the example of one of the UK's oldest construction companies to examine what family businesses should consider if looking to float and how it is possible to maintain unique family business characteristics whilst still answering to shareholders.