From forecourt to scrapyard, a new car in the UK lasts an average of 13.9 years, which is why if you got one today, it might very well be the last car you buy.
Individuals based at home or in remote offices, scattered anywhere in the world, are part of a rising phenomenon called distributed working.
A decision over the U.K.’s future membership in the European Union is now just days away, with latest polls indicating a race to the wire.Among the most fearful of a potential Brexit is big business
From accommodation to cars, the internet is turning us from consumers into providers and challenging established business models.
Submitted by James Silver on June 6, 2013
The fast-growing P2P lodging marketplace is clearly eating into the business of hotels and, according to some arguments, is even starting to impact property values.
Do you use the same password for all websites? Do you overshare on Facebook? If so, you’re a target for cybercriminals – whose computer scams are costing Britain £27bn a year.
OVERVIEW The UK is well positioned as a front runner in the online revolution in retail sales, writes James Silver
We know the UK’s economic backdrop only too well.
By James Silver
Bolt, a Boston-based accelerator programme for hardware companies, will aim to hothouse promising startups in the space and take them from idea to store shelves.
30th May 2012.
By James Silver
Back in February 2009, Kristian Hiiemaa, then 29, bootstrapped Erply, a business-software startup, with three other developers in Tallinn, Estonia.
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by JAMES SILVER
David Cameron wants to boost London’s startups by building a “Tech City” on the Olympic site.