Latest News

Labour 'may wipe £10 billion off economy'

24th April 2015  | Latest News Management

A Labour-led government could wipe £10 billion off the British economy and add £800 a year to average mortgages as the markets take fright, the Liberal Democrats claimed today. The party compiled a dossier of analysis by financial institutions, think tanks and City experts which also indicated that Labour would add £4 billion in interest on government debt. Treasury Chief Secretary Danny Alexander said an unstable Labour government backed by the SNP,…

Shoppers urged to challenge brands on supply chain pay

24th April 2015  | Latest News Management

Shoppers are being urged to challenge fashion brands over where their products are made and how much workers in the supply chain are paid. A new report was launched to coincide with Fashion Revolution Day today, the second anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh in which more than 1,000 workers died. A campaign running in 71 countries, including the UK, encourages fashion lovers to challenge global brands to demonstrate…

Fashion stores to sell Apple Watch

24th April 2015  | Latest News Technology

Apple Watch buyers will not be able to walk out of an Apple Store with the new wearable when it launches today, but that does not mean you cannot get it elsewhere. A large push for the technology giant's first smartwatch has been its place as a fashion piece as well as a smart device, and while Apple has said it will not have stock in its stores today, an exclusive…

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3

Business

HSBC looking at headquarters move

HSBC is to consider moving its headquarters out of the UK, chairman Douglas Flint revealed today. Mr Flint said the banking giant was responding to "regulatory and structural reforms" in the industry in the wake of…

Technology

#DCS2015: Listen to what your audience has to say

Firms need to be willing to listen to what their audiences have to say, an expert said. Speaking at The Digital Content Summit in London, Digital Catapult's head of digital engagement and content Sade Laja explained it…

The Inbox