December the most stressful for over half of the UK workforce

December has been described as the most stressful month of 2022 by half of Brits. According to survey data from people analytics company, Visier, more than a third of Brits feel more stressed about the festive season this year when…

Consumers more likely to use Buy Now Pay Later for Christmas as the cost-of-living crisis hits

When comparing to last year’s spending habits, over half of consumers are more likely to or are already using Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) services, according to new research. The data reveals that a quarter of consumers, more conscious of…

Maryland governor bans use of TikTok on state devices

WASHINGTON — Maryland Governor Larry Hogan issued an emergency directive on Tuesday prohibiting the use of Chinese-owned short-video sharing app TikTok on state government devices and networks, the latest US Republican to crack down on TikTok. South Dakota Governor Kristi…

China’s hopes of looser COVID rules set off rush for fever drugs

REUTERS BEIJING/SHANGHAI — Tired of being cooped up to comply with China’s strict anti-COVID rules, people awaited clarity on an easing of restrictions that could be announced as soon as Wednesday, while the more cautious rushed to buy cold medicines…

Trump Organization found guilty of tax fraud scheme

US President Donald Trump speaks at an event in the State Dining Room of the White House, in Washington, U.S., Feb. 24, 2019. — REUTERS NEW YORK — Donald Trump’s real estate company was convicted on Tuesday of carrying out…

Christmas parties cancelled because of rail strikes

Up to 40 per cent of Christmas parties and bookings are set to be cancelled as a result of new rail strikes, a hospitality trade body has predicted. The warning from UKHospitality comes as the UK braces for a wave…

Government set to return to Truss’s tough strike laws as unions threaten Christmas chaos

Ministers are considering toughening up anti-strike laws designed to curb walkouts on the railways with passengers facing the prospect of industrial action over Christmas. It is understood that one of the measures under consideration in Whitehall is reviving former prime…

Some of Britain’s biggest names on guest list for Labour business event

John Allan, the chairman of Tesco, will be among senior business leaders addressing a Labour Party business conference today. Almost 400 senior business leaders, executives and lobbyists are expected to attend the day-long conference at Canary Wharf in London’s Docklands.…

UK tech sector investment strength overshadows European rivals

UK technology businesses continued to overshadow their European counterparts this year when it came to value and investment levels, although both have fallen in the face of economic headwinds as the pandemic-fuelled boom has ground to a halt. In total,…

Flexible office space provider secures £2.5m investment to accelerate growth

Flexible office space provider, Canvas, has secured £2.5 million in debt finance from leading alternative finance provider, ThinCats, to accelerate growth and expand its property portfolio in strategic locations across London. Established in 2018 by founding partners, Yaron and Oren…

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