Have Brexit voters changed their minds? Six weeks after the momentous EU referendum, a new poll over 6,000 Brits reveals a surprising twist
Are we just a decade away from hiring space tour guides and freelance biohackers? If so, what are some of the growth sectors to watch out for in 2025?
The Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA)'s final report to encourage more robust financial offerings for retail customers includes measures to make it easier for customers to search and switch finance providers
Amidst post-Brexit doomsday predictions, a new study reveals that SMEs in growing sectors are better off now than before the EU referendum. Here's why
Die-hard Superman fan, Daniel Campbell launches a cafe from a red phone box at Edinburgh's busy Haymarket Station
The new measures introduced by the Bank of England yesterday to pre-empt Brexit fall out raises the question of whether predictions of recession are at risk of becoming a self-fulfilling prophecy
Bank of England decreased interest rates from 0.5 to 0.25 per cent as a pre-emptive measure post-Brexit. Is this an effective measure, or a case of too little, too early?
What would you want to see done differently under small business minister Margot James' leadership and the new Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, BEIS? Here's a short wish-list
An Ofcom study of over 2,500 Brits reveals that a break from all things tech could be beneficial for business. Is it viable for business owners in our 'always-on' culture?
The UK economy ranks as 16th most productive, according to OECD data. At the same time, our economy reportedly gains £120 billion per year when employees ‘slack off’. So what's behind this productivity paradox?
Following the news that Lloyds Banking Group will close more than 200 branches, with 3000 workers set to lose their jobs, the future for high street banking is clearly digital. Is it too late for banks to compete with fintech firms on the digital front?
A recent report from data company Beauhurst reveals a slowdown in crowdfunding deals for the first time since the birth of the sector, with 22 per cent fewer completed deals in the first half of 2016 than the year before. Critics may foresee a burst bubble, but proponents of the space expect this to be a passing pre-Brexit hiccup
UK corporate SMEs reportedly paid out 94 per cent of their profits as dividends, up from 63 per cent the year before, suggesting a dip in confidence
After years of fierce competition, Chinese transport behemoth, Didi Chuxing has bought Uber China for $35 billion, potentially opening 95 per cent of the cab hailing market to the merged entity
UK's lower middle market sees 40 private equity investments of £1.63 billion in the first half of the year, challenging pre-Brexit predictions of a slowdown
A study of hiring practices in professional services reveals a record dip in job roles within the IT and engineering roles. Despite this, there has been an overall 1 per cent year-on-year growth in permanent vacancies, and a 26 per cent jump in contract roles in financial services
Margot James bring decades of entrepreneurial experience to her role as minister for small business, consumers and corporate responsibility in PM Theresa May's new cabinet
The total number of company insolvencies fell in Q2, but research reveals that the SMEs are struggling to stay afloat
The Payment System Regulator's call for reform could create new opportunities for fintech firms
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