Kim Kardashian fined $1.26m for touting crypto token on social

Kim Kardashian has been fined $1.26 million by American market regulators after plugging a crypto token on social media without disclosing that she was paid $250,000 to do so. The television personality and businesswoman was charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission, which found that she had violated the anti-touting provision of federal securities laws. […]Read More

Truss appoints former company owner MP Dean Russell as new

A politician who previously ran his own leadership training company has been appointed as the new minister for enterprise by Liz Truss. Dean Russell, MP for Watford, replaces Jane Hunt. She held the role, then called minister for small business, for around two months after being given the job by former leader Boris Johnson. Before […]Read More

Kwasi Kwarteng defends tax cuts and dismisses market meltdown at

Kwasi Kwarteng has insisted that the government’s tax-cutting agenda is not radical as he dismissed the reaction on the markets as a “little turbulence”. The chancellor addressed Tory MPs just hours after he was forced to perform an embarrassing U-turn that saw the government scrap its plans to cut the top 45p rate in income […]Read More

How to choose an SEO-friendly domain name

There are over 360 million registered domains out there, but when you’re choosing a domain name for your project, there are a lot of different concerns to factor in. As well as finding a domain that suits your brand, and speaks to the purpose of your site, you’ll need to think about how it could impact […]Read More

SME’s prioritise cost of living crisis ahead of ensuring Making

As small business owners in the UK face an impending recession and challenging business landscape, competing priorities are holding back compliance with Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT, according to new research. It’s now just one month until HMRC’s online VAT portal closes on 1 November 2022; for non-exempted VAT-registered businesses who will no longer […]Read More

Manufacturing sector shrinks for third month as exports continue to

Manufacturing output contracted for a third month in a row in September, hit by falling exports and wider uncertainty about whether the economy is on the brink of recession, according to a closely watched survey. The S&P Global manufacturing purchasing managers’ index rose to 48.4 from August’s 27-month low of 47.3 but remained below 50 […]Read More

Semiconductor supply to be tight until end of 2023, says

The supply of critical semiconductors is expected to remain tight until the end of next year, the boss of Fiat carmaker Stellantis said today. Speaking to French newspaper Le Parisien, Carlos Tavaresn said: “The situation will remain very complicated until the end of 2023, then will ease a little. “Semiconductor manufacturers have an interest in making […]Read More

Socially conscious insurer Lemonade makes entry into UK market with

New York insuretech company Lemonade Inc today launched in the UK market with a view to disrupting Britain’s centuries-old insurance sector with its socially-conscious, AI-driven business model. The digital insurer aims to break the “cycle of distrust that plagues the insurance industry” with its pledge to cap its margins at 25 per cent by donating […]Read More

How SMEs can utilise payment tech to stay profitable 

The cost of living crisis in the UK has arrived, continually deepening by the day. In an attempt to mitigate the rising costs of basics, consumers are cutting back on expenses both big and small. The nation is now on a strict budget; some are actively trying to spend less, while others are struggling to […]Read More

Price of groceries could go up by £1.7bn as carbon

The price of groceries could surge by £1.7bn due to the cost of carbon dioxide rising by as much as 3000%, new analysis has shown. The UK’s food and drink sector could end up footing the mammoth extra bill for liquid CO2 if gas prices remain high, according to research by the Energy and Climate […]Read More