It’s not easy to keep up with the latest news when running a startup. Fortunately, we’ve collected a tasting menu of the most mouthwatering nibbles from this week. From why entrepreneurs fail at romance to how mobility scooters may impact employability
Have you caught up on the most important startup news? No worries, we’ve got you covered with our weekly roundup. Find out why Goldman Sachs doesn’t consider finding cures for some diseases to be a good thing and read about Zopa’s new fundraising round, s
From Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica scandal and Peter Thiel provoking European tech entrepreneurs to a sprinkle of fintech and a self-driving car tragedy, these last seven days have shaken startups and tech aficionados alike
The government plans to introduce mandatory age verification on pornography sites and Matt Hancock has proposed a time limit for kids on social media. However, tech startups worry that these proposals may hurt their businesses and fail to protect kids
If you’ve missed the news this week, then we’ve got you covered. From tech sexism to how Amazon Echo can save the high street, check out this smattering of the most important stories for startups from the past seven days.
Dealing with data protection is at the forefront of businesses’ minds following the Cambridge Analytica scandal and the upcoming GDPR
Check out our highlights from a hectic week where Alphabet’s venture arm invested in the UK startup Blue Vision and new figures revealed the rapid growth of the UK’s AI sector
We’ve rounded up the best startup stories from the last seven days. Check out why Bumble has outlawed profile pics with guns in them after the Parkland school shooting and what Uber’s ousted CEO Travis Kalanick plans to do next