Legal tech is one of the youngest sectors around and has already become an industry disruptor. However, given its current lack of funding, don’t set expectations too high just yet
Employee sustained traumatic brain damage after being punched in the face by his boss at a Christmas party. Now the Court of Appeal considers the company liable for the injuries
Uber is facing another challenge in the UK capital as the city’s taxi drivers sue the ride-hailing unicorn for lost earnings. The question is if they’ve got a shot or not
Is the government’s suggested vape tax just as harmful as blocking the distribution of condoms?
Internet titan Google has been accused of paying out millions of dollars to former executive Andy Rubin – a suspected perpetrator of sexual misconduct
There’s a long history of startups exaggerating their numbers to either woo investors or the public. However, the culture of faking it until you make may be at an end after a series of highly publicised company collapses
Pilot AI Labs has become the latest in a string of tech startups accused of having a culture ripe with toxic masculinity
EU seasonal workers are vital to many British industries. However, Brexit is causing a lot of worries for firms who rely on this talent pool, new research from the REC shows