Entrepreneurs failing to fight corruption may end up facing unlimited fines and jail time. Yet protecting startups against this kind of threat is easier said than done
Often a company’s valuation is only as secure as its contracts, which is why having watertight agreements in place is vital for any business looking to grow
With the draft Investigatory Powers Bill laying out the UK government’s plans for the future of surveillance, how are tech companies and encryption likely to be impacted?
Making allowances for different religions is good business practice – but the challenge is striking the appropriate balance
A number of whistleblowers have been castigated for acting in the public interest. But isn’t it time employers took whistleblowing more seriously?
Tech giants come together to air their concerns around proposed surveillance legislation, which the government has proposed to tackle potential terror threats
An employment tribunal claim is always a worry for employers but you can go a long way to reducing your chances of legal action by being proactive and not ignoring issues once they arise, says David Sowle, managing director of SowLegal
Scheme introduced to help save £80m in litter clean-up costs but bodies like the Federation of Small Businesses believe it could go further