The furniture maker, which employs 547 people in 50 shops and manufactures upholstered furnishings in Thetford, Norfolk, has struggled amid a tough retail market in which shoppers are shying away from spending on expensive items for their homes ...
Uber's disclosure that hackers accessed the personal information of 57 million riders and drivers last year, a breach it didn't disclose publicly until Tuesday, adds new potential legal woes for the already troubled company.
For an issue that provokes such strong partisan support in Washington and competitive rivalry in the tech, media and communications industries, it is remarkably hard to trace the real-world effects of net neutrality.
Sadiq Khan has blasted Philip Hammond's budget as “the most anti-London in a generation”. The Mayor of London accused the Government of “showing contempt for Londoners” through their plans for spending.
It was only when the soon-to-be-divorced hedge fund manager began looking for a new home in London that he fully realised how much stamp duty tax would weigh on his purchase.