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Giants like Yahoo hog the headlines when their data is compromised but how prepared are the UK’s SMEs when it comes to data law and cybercrime?
The tech firm has taken legal action against TfL’s proposal that foreign-born drivers should pass a written English proficiency test
A number of whistleblowers have been castigated for acting in the public interest. But isn’t it time employers took whistleblowing more seriously?
The Federation of Small Businesses is calling for an overhaul of the legal system after almost two-thirds of SMEs say they’ve struggled to get clients to pay on time
Labour MP Iain Wright has asked London mayor Sadiq Khan to look into whether sharing economy companies are pushing up property prices in the capital
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