Amazon's proposed $970 million purchase of Twitch has pushed year-to-date technology corporate deal levels to heights not seen since the dot.com bubble.
New research finds that 70 per cent of British businesses exporting believe that turnover will improve in the coming 12 months.
A campaign called Get in. Go Far has been kicked off by David Cameron's coalition to boost apprenticeships in Britain.
Having been promoted by the alternative finance market, and debated by the government, banks will now be required to offer businesses referrals to other funding sources if a firm is rejected.
In his efforts to 'cement Britain's position as the centre of global finance' chancellor George Osborne is introducing a range of new measures aimed at supporting growth in the sector.
Lord Young's Start Up Loans programme has now awarded its 20,000 commitment, taking its overall activity beyond £100 million.
An increasing number of UK workers are driving as part of their job without the necessary protection or training, new research suggests.
Start-up accelerator Seedcamp has raised a third fund as part of its mission to create $1 billion businesses throughout Europe.
Business finance platform RateSetter has secured £10 million of capital from the British business bank as part of the financial institution's efforts to improve SME lending.
The Oxford technology cluster is more than pulling its weight when it comes to commercial successes, according to new findings.
New legislation brought in by the coalition government has opened up flexible working to employees across Britain.
Having closed four acquisitions in the last year, Patrick Gallagher was lauded for his efforts in closing deals and driving growth forward at CitySprint.
Staff hired under zero hours contracts will soon have the power to seek employment from more than one source under government plans.
A five-fold increase has been noted amongst businesses with turnovers of £100 million and over using asset-based finance in the last ten years.
River Cottage has become the second restaurant business to utilise a bond-based crowdfunding system set up by Crowdcube.
The high street banking and crowdfunding worlds are coming together to provide SMEs with a different route following a failed loan application.
To further champion the past and future growth of the sector, a ranking of the best-performing businesses in the British science and enterprise sectors has been compiled.
Entrepreneur and Virgin founder Richard Branson has declared that London is growing in terms of great ideas, investors and working spaces for the technology sector on the day that the maiden London Technology Week kicked off.
London’s burgeoning technology sector will be the focus during a week of industry events from 16-20 June 2014.
Despite the rapid of growth of technology companies in the UK, British parents still favour a 'safe' professional career for their children.
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The gap in businesses’ measurement of customer experience means they don’t know what customers really want, research finds