In September 2015, hardware veterans Nigel Toon and Simon Knowles were doing the rounds of venture capital offices in Silicon Valley and London, touting their latest startup.
Food tech wasn’t a thing in 2006 when Just Eat set up shop in a one-bedroom flat in east London, writes James Silver in an edited extract from his book Upscale, about British tech entrepreneurs
As soon as Seedcamp makes a new investment, it invites the startup-in-question’s founders and core team members to ‘Basecamp’ – essentially a crash course in early stage business fundamentals.
The phone call that would, just hours later, inflict a highly damaging blow to Donald Trump’s presidential ambitions came through to Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold mid-morning on Friday 7 October.
In a production office a few metres from the designer boutiques and tourists on the Rue Royale in Paris, Pascal Breton, a veteran French TV-drama producer, shifts restlessly in his chair as he describes his
Marseille, an eight-episode Netflix Original series about power and corruption is due in late 2015.
Interview with Dmitry Grishin,
By James Silver
There’s something of the Victorian freak show about the World Maker Faire — a three-day annual makers’ jamboree held at the New York Hall of Science in Queens
INTERVIEW The man in charge of the John Lewis Partnership tells James Silver how his company is bucking the economic trend to be Britain’s retail success story
When the John Lewis Partnership announced its most
Digital Or Die: An Interview With WPP’s Mark Read
Submitted by James Silver on March 1, 2013
Global digital advertising spend broke through the $100 billion barrier last year, according to eMarketer, meaning that desktop
Tech City: two years in, how is east London’s technology hub faring?
David Cameron launched his vision for a cluster of high-growth startups in the capital two years ago.