Airline ads that encourage taking too many flights and carmakers that show SUVs tearing up the countryside are set to fall foul of a crackdown on marketing that encourages environmentally irresponsible behaviour.
Throughout my career, I’ve been lucky enough to witness almost everything that could happen to a business throughout my careers.
A Belfast connected fitness company is set to launch a world first in the at-home fitness equipment market following a major investment boost from American Game of Thrones producer, Bernadette Caulfield.
The competition watchdog has been asked to look at the structure of the UK music industry over concerns musicians are getting “meagre returns” from the current streaming system.
Electronic Arts has completed the $1.4bn (£1.04bn) deal to buy Playdemic, the mobile games maker known for its Golf Clash franchise, the latest British video games maker to be snapped up by the California-based giant.
Employees of all companies will be able to request flexible working arrangements when they start new jobs under proposals to be published by ministers.
Received wisdom has it that already embattled high streets face being pushed over the edge by factors such as the pandemic-related acceleration in the shift to online trade, the removal of emergency support and the return of overheads such as business rates, as well as planning reforms that could result in shops being turned into homes.
Arts Council England’s three-year Delivery Plan has been unveiled setting out a detailed roadmap to implement the vision of their strategy Let’s Create: by 2030
Employers are facing a punitive £1 billion spike in business rates next year as a result of soaring inflation caused largely by distortions during the pandemic.
It often feels like we live in the age of the whistleblower. Wealthy and developed nations appear in a state of perpetual angst, jittery about another mass surveillance scandal, privacy polemic or Big-Data-Silicon-Valley controversy.