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Digital streaming services like Netflix and Spotify are reducing piracy, according to an article in the Daily Telegraph earlier
One busy day the phone rang and I was asked to help with a film about a musician named Branislaw Huberman. I was too busy to help. That is,until I was told his story. And that was my entrance into the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra world and why I agreed to lead the British Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.
Twitter is to go public. The social network announced - on Twitter, naturally - that it had submitted documents ahead of
Business Secretary Vince Cable has been accused of "blind complacency" in ensuring the Royal Mail's services remain safe
Facebook isn't without its faults. It's stumbled a few times on its growth path, and it doesn't always make life easy for its users. But it's evolving, and that's exactly what will shore up its future.
Twitter may already be worth as much as $11 billion - and could be preparing to capitalise by going public in 2014. That's
Direct Line's initial public offering today represents good value for those looking to buy, according to stock analysts. Investment
Rangers Football Club has announced it intends to float on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange, raising up to £20
Being part of the London financial community gives us access to new business networks and means that we are available to meet with our clients face to face to develop a better understanding and appreciation of their businesses.
Amidst a season in which investors saw the fiasco that was the Facebook IPO, the recent news of the proposed listing of English football giants Manchester United on the New York Stock Exchange has raised a few eyebrows.
Facebook is now in danger not simply of undermining its own brand reputation but of jeopardizing prospects for the wider new media environment by saturating the market for advertising and driving down costs.
Now that the huge hype created over the Facebook IPO has given way to more practical and analytical thinking, it is time to take a closer look at the tech IPO scenario.
And one of the key questions is how Facebook will increase the amount of revenue they earn from advertising and other services. Which leads me to a little experiment they have been undertaking recently in New Zealand.
As I explore the landscape of social media to publicize my business, one can't miss that  Facebook has changed the way we
Facebook is today expected to begin the process of being a public company in the biggest tech IPO since Google. The firm
Oxford University is currently fighting to protect its New College trademark which is under threat from philosopher AC Grayling
In his autumn statement George Osborne signalled that he would make changes to the UK's VC landscape, to stimulate more seed investment and start-ups. The initial response has been welcoming, but will the changes really help the UK to be more competitive with Silicon Valley?