Forcing companies to disclose gender-segregated wage statistics has shrunk the gender pay gap by 7% in Denmark, say economists from business school INSEAD and universities in Denmark and the US.
EU citizens and their family living in the UK on 29 March 2019 will be welcome to stay, even in a no-deal situation, but the UK Government cannot guarantee the same for UK nationals living in the EU.
Nokia has discovered a surge in the number of malware botnets within networks over the last two years.
European Court of Justice (ECJ) Advocate General Manuel Campos Sanchez-Bordona has said that Article 50, which started the legal countdown for the UK to leave the European Union, can be revoked.
Midlands water company Severn Trent has used machine learning to halve the amount of time spent finding leaks.
With a focus on the biggest armies in the world, here’s a look at how women in the army fare.
Predictions of economic disaster caused by the Brexit deal released this week by the UK Government suggest a greater need than ever for more house building across Britain.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the whimsical World Wide Web, is the man responsible for tweet-bot election manipulation and Facebook data breaches.
The atomic bomb is often thought of as the deadliest weapon, but there are a number of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) weapons that can have an equally, or even more, devastating effect.
The world’s first tank, as we know them, was invented in Britain and grew out of a prototype by Fosters of Lincoln.
Economists from Kings College London said it is unlikely that a market crash will convince MPs to pass the Brexit withdrawal agreement in a second vote.
The Brexit agreement bill won the approval of the 27 EU nations on Sunday and now it faces the UK Parliament in a meaningful vote expected around 12 December.
Online retail giant Amazon, hailed as bringing Black Friday to the United Kingdom’s shores, has suffered a data breach as a result of its own technical fault.
In another blow against high street shopping, a huge 80% of UK consumers are planning to avoid the shops on Black Friday, 23 November, this year.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May is meeting EU officials today to confirm Brexit final deal terms before the EU summit to agree on the withdrawal on Sunday 25 November.
In a survey from EY of US millennials, the statistics paint a picture of a risk-averse generation who delay responsibility and prioritise education.
The Democratic Unionist Party’s (DUP) rebellion on the finance bill last night raises the question: is May losing her majority in Parliament?
Brexit predictions for 2019: If everything goes according to plan, UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan, the UK will leave the European Union on 29 March 2019.
Australian AI and space tech industries will get a boost of A$35m of investment from Australia’s national science agency, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).
British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Equifax: the list of companies who have faced a cyberattack is long and growing longer.
Dominic Raab resigned as Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union this morning, tweeting his full letter of resignation.
An EU negotiator has predicted “the EU will retain all the controls”, in a note leaked to The Times.
In a recent study on the impact of mental health in the workplace, a third of workers in the United Kingdom, equating to more than 10m people, described themselves as unhappy in their current role and believe that they are coasting it.
Hackers continued to target Twitter users today using a set of compromised verified Twitter accounts to promote a Bitcoin scam.
Flexible working offices are set to increase by 20% annually over the next five years.
On Monday the pound dropped by almost 1% against the dollar to $1.286 and 0.2% against the euro to €1.142, reflecting the uncertainty of the pound’s future after Brexit.
There is a growing awareness of consumers to the value and misuse of their personal data.
Fintech company Centtrip has found that one in five UK medium-sized businesses believe automation will help them compete with their larger rivals.
In the Brexit latest, ThyssenKrupp UK chief executive officer and Chairman Terry Sargeant has described Brexit as a “complete shambles”.
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