By now, we all know that getting back to “normal” will, for many people, not involve going back to work in the way we did before Covid-19 hit. Terms such as “remote working”, “agile working”, and “flexible working” are now used interchangeably to indicate how the workplace will look as we start to ease out of lockdown. But for ...

The loss of mental capacity of a director, partner or shareholder could be devastating for a business unless there are the necessary safeguards in place. Just consider: what would happen if a business owner or majority shareholder was unable to make critical decisions – would someone be able to authorise payments, enter into contracts and keep the business running? ...

The UK economy “showed some improvement” in February after growing by 0.4%, according to official figures. However, the Office for National Statistics said the economy was still 7.8% smaller than a year earlier, before the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Coronavirus restrictions remained in place to varying degrees across all four nations of the UK throughout January and February. ...

Microsoft Corp plans to buy a tech firm known for helping to develop Apple’s Siri speech recognition software in a deal valued at $19.7bn (£13.3bn). The purchase of Nuance Communications is the second largest in Microsoft’s history, after its acquisition of networking site LinkedIn in 2016. Microsoft said it would bolster its software and artificial intelligence expertise for healthcare ...

The UK is edging towards a new deal with the EU on Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland with the potential for easing border checks on certain goods. Officials in London and Brussels have been involved in intense “technical talks” in the past two weeks over the future checks on food, plants and parcels going from Great Britain to Northern ...

Shoppers have surged back onto high streets across England and Wales as fashion stores, toy shops, hairdressers and other nonessential retailers reopened their doors for the first time in more than three months. The number of people in shopping destinations by 3pm on Monday was more than doublethe level of the previous Monday and only just over a quarter ...

You don’t have to be a member of Generation Z to have heard about cryptocurrency, as it has grown increasingly popular and is rapidly being accepted at more and more retail establishments. Digital currency is backed by nothing more than a complex computer algorithm but even the last vestige of the gold standard has long been abandoned by the ...

Presumably, innovation has changed the way people live, and one such innovation is Bitcoin. What is Bitcoin? It is a kind of advanced cash. It is frequently known as cryptographic money, cash that can be utilized practically. Digital currency is a computerized capital use for trading cash as coins or tokens. One of the essential elements of bitcoin that ...

Bitcoin is cryptographic money that chips away at a decentralized or distributed organization without agents like the public authority, specialists, banks. With blockchain innovation, it permits people to move cryptographic money over a deeply got and safe organization. Individuals should realize that the Bitcoin network empowers you to store or move Bitcoins whenever you need, paying little heed to ...

Nowadays, an ever-increasing number of individuals join the blockchain network for mining Bitcoins, which expands the opposition level among miners, making it less beneficial than previously. Individuals should realize that mining Bitcoin is not a simple cycle because many excavators contribute their PC hash rate for preparing the data present in a blockchain. In this, excavators need to coordinate ...