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- Content is king for Google
It is just 15 years in September that Larry Page and Sergey Brin first registered Google as a company based in a garage in Silicon Valley. Now with a market capitalisation of over $345bn Google is one of the most influential companies that have ever existed. One of the most frightening statistics of its influence […]
- What a difference a good interview makes
As I listened to Ross McEwan, the recently appointed chief executive of RBS’s interview with John Humphries on Radio 4 (1 November 2013), I was struck by how elegantly he dealt and deflected the probing questions thrown at him by John Humphries. He didn’t rile John Humphries by stone walling questions, rather through a tone […]
- What’s it worth?
Last week a teenager sold an app to Yahoo! that he had designed while still at school in a deal worth tens of millions of pounds. Nick D’Aloisio created the tool, named Summly, at his home in Wimbledon, south-west London, at the age of just 15, and now two years on he is a multi […]
- Broadgate Mainland hosts fifth annual Digital Trends Seminar
Broadgate Mainland has hosted its fifth annual Digital Trends Seminar, entitled Sex, Trolls and Double Standards: Protecting your corporate reputation online. The seminar, which took the form of a panel discussion and Q&A, brought together experts in the fields of academia, law and journalism to examine changes in the world of social media, particularly recent […]
- Morality tales of our times – international tax and the sex lives of footballers
If you’ve not heard the word ‘immoral’ frequently over recent times, then it’s fair to say you’ve either been living under a bush or in a forest in Borneo. Immoral is surely becoming the buzz word as 2012 rolls into 2013. The failure of multinationals such as Amazon, Starbucks and Google to pay their “fair […]