Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement

Subscribe to our News Feed Subscribe to the RSS Feed

Prime Minister backs 'High Street Fund' initiative

24/08/2011

Prime Minister David Cameron has applauded the contribution made by the private sector to getting communities back on their feet in the areas affected by recent rioting.


 

Riot affected small businesses to share £3m charity fund

24/08/2011

£3 million in cash funding including business support from Deloitte, Santander and Barclays is being made available to businesses affected by looting.


 

Manufacturers anticipate growth though risks remain

24/08/2011

The UK’s manufacturers have defied predictions and are anticipating growth over the next year, the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) have said.


 

Treasury report condemns plans to abolish cheques

24/08/2011

A report by the Treasury Committee released today (Wednesday) said that the industry-dominated Payments Council should no longer have the unfettered power to decide the future of cheques, or other payment methods that directly affect millions of people.


 

Drop in graduate pay must not deter students, union warns

24/08/2011

Workers with a degree earn 85% more than the UK average, whilst pay for those without any formal qualifications stands at 20% below.


 

Facebook revamp their privacy settings

24/08/2011

In a bid to improve users' privacy settings Facebook has announced a raft of changes that will make it easier for members to control their personal information.


 

TV advertising remains most effective

24/08/2011

Adverts on television continue to have the most impact on the UK consumer, despite growth in the popularity of other media, a report has found.


 

Retailers: BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370 ‘will sell like hotcakes’

24/08/2011

Research in Motion has sent shockwaves across the internet with the unveiling of their latest line of Curve smartphones.


 

Barclays braced for further PPI payouts as complaints rise

24/08/2011

The Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) fiasco that hit major banks' profits this year is set to continue after Barclays Bank said they were expecting complaints about loan insurance to continue rising after a 93% increase in the first half of the year.


 

Retail consortium to aid police in trials of rioters

24/08/2011

The disturbances that tore through English cities a fortnight ago lost retailers an estimated 7,500 working hours, affecting some 11,000 individuals.


 





Partners Interview: Kirill Slavin

By Marcus Leach

Following the huge success of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards we caught up with Kirill Slavin, MD at Kaspersky Lab, one of the event sponsors.

What risks do SMBs and startups face if they fail to proactively...

Read Article >