BlackBerry is suing Facebook for patent infringement, claiming the social media giant uses technology invented by the former smartphone maker in Facebook’s massively popular messaging applications.
42 Entrepreneurs working in Data, Intelligence and the Future of Security will compete at Pitch@Palace 9.0 Boot Camp on 13 March in Manchester
According to new research only 30 per cent of employees feel motivated by receiving one big reward at the end of the year, despite the fact that annual bonuses have been a corporate tradition for decades.
One in three of the UK’s top 100 restaurant groups are not making a profit, according to new research into the struggling casual dining sector.
Over 100 young apprentices are kickstarting their careers at the City of London Corporation in a diverse range of jobs across the capital, funded by the Apprenticeship Levy.
Wales is fast-becoming the destination of choice for senior executives looking to advance their careers and seize the opportunities being created by many of the country’s leading public, private and third sector organisations.
Serviced office take up across the UK continued to gain momentum in 2017 with the full year figures standing at 2.9 million sq ft, reflecting a 157 per cent increase on 2016, according to Savills.
Huge growth in number of Scottish businesses joining barcode organisation to trade. Scotland growing faster than any other home nation last year, outstripping England – Northern Ireland lags behind
This International Women’s Day on March 8, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) will be raising the visibility of role models for women entrepreneurs with a digital campaign called 100 FSB Women.