Uber boss Dara Khosrowshahi has apologised to Londoners for “mistakes we have made” and acknowledged that the company “must change”.
The Bank of England has warned that British high street banks risk losing as much as £30bn from defaults on credit cards and personal loans credit were the economy to take a turn for the worst.
Hackers may have accessed usernames, passwords and personal details of top accountancy firm’s blue-chip clients.
It has always been a well-known fact that consumer demands often reflect changes in technology. There is arguably no better example of this concept than within the gaming industry.
Mark Brownridge, Director General of the EIS Association, says changes to EIS could ‘magnify, not mitigate’ problems faced by small companies seeking funding by damaging start-ups sector
Establishing a safe working environment is not as easy as it seems. Creating a set of policies and getting them implemented is not always enough, mainly because of the complex challenges employers and employees now face.
President Macron has promised to make France a world leader in technology, turning it into a “country of unicorns” – that is, startups valued at more than $1bn.
A South Yorkshire crime gang, who evaded £3.8 million in duty and VAT by smuggling beer into the UK, has been jailed for a total of 19 years.