Fast fashion is characterised by mass-producing cheap clothes that replicate current catwalk trends. Therefore, the fast fashion sector is driven by a never ending demand for fresh ideas – influenced by the latest trends.
UK tech tycoon Mike Lynch lost his bid to appeal his extradition to the US to face criminal charges over the Hewlett Packard sale.
Twitter boss Elon Musk has threatened to sue Microsoft as he accused the technology giant of using data from his social media company without permission.
Technology companies have renewed their attack on proposed laws that would force them to identify child sexual abuse in encrypted messages.
A lawsuit has been filed against Google to seek £3.4bn ($4.2bn) in compensation for publishers for lost revenue.
US Supreme Court justices sounded wary on Tuesday of tinkering with a legal shield for social media firms in a case that could reshape the internet.
When a company is facing the prospect of insolvency, whilst the priority may be trying to save the company itself, it is also important to conduct the insolvency in accordance with legislation designed to protect the workforce.
With the increased threat of industrial strike action looming across the UK, we consider whether a force majeure clause can strike the right chord during such action.
With its colourful numbers and hands helpfully labelled minute and hour, a children’s learning clock from Oyster & Pop, a family firm in Devon, is sold online for about £20. A Rolex Oyster watch, on the other hand, calls itself a “superlative chronometer” and costs nearer £5,000.