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2020 was a record-breaking year for Bitcoin, and this year may not be any different. Despite its spectacular drop last week, the crypto frenzy is far from over. Banks, well-known business leaders and investors all seem to jump on the digital currency bandwagon.
The 60-plus pages of the road map out of lockdown sets out in detail the steps ministers hope to take to open the economy and society. They also lay bare the uncertainties and consequences.
We’ve often heard COVID-19 described as a health emergency, but, as the pandemic continues to rumble on, it’s becoming increasingly clear that we’re also in the grips of an economic emergency.
Everywoman, the global platform for advancing women in business, has announced a collaboration with Facebook to address the tech industry’s lack of diversity and inclusion.
Brexit is a true disruptor that has fundamentally altered business life in the UK starting at the stroke of midnight on 31 December 2020.
In managing the economic uncertainty resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, the Bank of England (BoE) custody amassed a substantial amount of gold to promote economic stability.
Despite the challenges SMEs in the UK faced in 2020, over half of businesses are feeling optimistic about what lies ahead in 2021, new research reveals.
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The best entrepreneurs understand that they can’t do everything themselves, and that delegation and teamwork are the keys to business success.