Supply chain security boosted by funding round

BRITISH cybersecurity company Risk Ledger has raised £2.1m in a seed funding round as it caters for new customers, including NHS Test and Trace,...

Tesla crosses trillion-dollar milestone with Hertz deal

TESLA has passed the magic market valuation of $1tn, joining Apple, Microsoft, Amazon and Google-owner Alphabet in the elite club. It was only in 2020...

Drop-outs made good: Harvard is still the alma-mater to have

NEW research reveals that three drop-outs from Harvard University are now worth a combined $300bn plus. Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Dustin Moskovitz all dropped...

Power to the HR people: New tools ‘democratise’ analytics

PEOPLE analytics is about to be “democratised” for fast-growing firms, according to Orgnostic — which has raised $5m to make it happen. The tools available...

Keep on truckin’! Global interest in HGV vacancies

ONLINE searches for “truck driver UK” have exploded by 1,300 percent since the national shortage of HGV drivers became headline news. A study of Google...

Starting a business? It’s about location, location, and location

NATIONAL performance indicators for 28 European countries, including GDP, unemployment rate, and practicality have revealed the best places to start a business. The UK’s strong...
Driving For Change bus

London buses bringing aid to the capital’s homeless

Change Please has repurposed two London buses to support people sleeping rough on the capital’s streets. The initiative — Driving for Change — backed by...

Bond’s the name, James Bond, and my toys don’t come cheap

As No Time To Die finally hits movie screens, it’s been revealed that being James Bond costs an eye-watering £32.3m. Research conducted by online gaming...

Move over, Punxsutawney Phil, there’s a new rodent on the block

By HAL WILLIAMS RIGHT, here’s a story right up the BV alley. A German hamster named Mr Goxx — in solidarity with this exceptional rodent,...

UK sees record second quarter for creation of new businesses

RESEARCH shows more British businesses were set up between April and June this year than in any second quarter in history. The study by tax...

UK’s ‘maturing’ tech sector sees 15 firms in Future Fifty programme

GROWTH platform Tech Nation has announced 15 companies selected to join the UK’s Future Fifty programme for late-stage digital businesses. It’s been a record-breaking year,...

Up in the clouds, dreaming of improved IT integration

A SURVEY of 350 IT workers has thrown up the challenges facing the hybrid cloud, with disjointed point tools, silos, lack of visibility, unexpected...