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Vulnerability: the heartbeat of creativity and innovation

By CHRIS PATON THE NUMBER of UK businesses forced to close in the last quarter was 137,210 — 23 percent up on the same period...

Are you on the rails? Vital infrastructure for payments

By TOM BENTLEY ANY BUSINESS that deals with transactions and transfers must also deal with payment rails, which provide the infrastructure needed to carry money...

Armed, alarmed, and angry: US population divided over firearms

A nation devastated by more mass shootings, and at-odds over sales of a high-powered weapon being championed by the NRA as ‘America’s rifle’ By HAL...

Amba pledges open-ended funds to reforestation programme

WORKPLACE tech provider Amba has launched a reforestation programme in Madagascar to repair damaged habitats and support the local community. According to the World Wildlife...

Former Tata chairman dies in Indian road accident

BILLIONAIRE businessman Cyrus Mistry, 54, died in a single-vehicle accident in India at the weekend. Another passenger in the car was killed, and two, including...

TikTok now a dead cert for SME owners post-pandemic

MILLENNIAL entrepreneur Anna Jenkins creates bespoke flower tributes for funerals and sells them on TikTok. She also does weddings and baby showers, but funerals...

Loyalty fraud: it’s a thing

BUSINESSES are realising that a top-notch customer experience is the key to staying one step ahead — and fraud rings have begun to target...

Research report analyses ransomware attack patterns

AN IT security company has released a threat research report on ransomware between August 2021 and July 2022. Ransomware attacks on educational institutions more than...

Tackling climate hazards head-on with pragmatic, progressive prep

By LARA ALVAREZ CLIMATE hazards are increasing in frequency and severity, posing risk to life, assets, infrastructure, and supply chains. Systemic disruption is driven by policy...