Economy

  /  Economy

More UK companies are set to enter administration this year than last year, analysts have warned. Risk consultancy Kroll said yesterday that it predicted that the UK could face up to 895 company administrations in 2022, compared to just 659 in

Digital trade barriers risk fragmenting the world into regional and national “splinternets” unless governments agree on a shared approach to data regulation and transfers. Financial services lobby TheCityUK yesterday warned that digital trade has become increasingly difficult and costly, with restrictions

Entain, the gambling firm behind Ladbrokes and Coral, could lose its licence to operate in the UK after it was told to pay a record £17m settlement over its inaction as individual customers spent hundreds of thousands of pounds. The Gambling

Power and gas prices for Britain this winter hit new record highs yesterday as Europe’s energy crisis deepened, threatening to push annual household bills to £5,500 next year. Wholesale energy prices rose across the Continent and in America amid continued concerns

The pandemic forced organisations everywhere to rethink how their employees could remain productive at a time when so many were forced to work from home. Part of the challenge was about ensuring that employees enjoyed a high quality of secure connectivity

The researchers and inventors of this world have developed machines to be useful to humans in private and professional lives, in recent years probably one of the most groundbreaking developments is AI (artificial intelligence). In this way, humans not only transferred

What does success look like or mean to you? Success, even in the business world, looks different to different people. Adam Clarke, Macropay Founder and CEO, believes that the first key to business success is the ability to define it for