Insolvency practitioner Gavin Jones discusses the kind of damages that might be claimed from a holding company or its directors in the event of the insolvency of a subsidiary – and the defences that might be available to mitigate these.
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As a trend, the future of Artificial Intelligence has been debated and talked about in the human resource circles for a while now. A few years back, AI was technology seen only in Hollywood movies. Now it is facing us, and we don’t know that much about it in real life.
While GDPR comes with challenges, companies can take advantage of this data detox – get rid of those mass and inaccurate datasets – to beat the competition.
Culture is the operating system of every business, so make sure you spend time getting it right before speeding ahead, says Corporate Punk’s Phil Lewis.
Here’s how to plan, monitor and enforce a secure BYOD policy in your business.
Recently published research states that 58 per cent of SME owners think the impact of modern-day invoice fraud on their business would be minimal and that they would lose only a small amount of money if they were targeted. Sadly, this confidence is misplaced.
Legal experts Laura Conway and Blair Adams explain why restrictive covenants can help a business protect its assets after a member of staff leaves.
The highly controversial high-cost short-term (HCST) credit industry has seen a huge increase in consumer confidence in the UK.
Jon Baldwin, partner at Winckworth Sherwood, gives his expert tips on winning public sector contracts – an increasingly lucrative pool of work.
Worth £400m in the UK, the guarantor loans market is growing and funding essential and life-changing purchases. Here’s how they work and how to apply.
With staying on top of your company’s cash flow such a crucial job, Concur’s Lara Edwards explains why a travel and expense policy can really help out.
Deciding how your company describes and advertises itself is imperative to gaining new customers – and there are key words that you should take on board to get the job done.