A recent study from the Advertising Association has found a fifth of companies surveyed lost business due to the Brexit vote. James Murphy, Adam & Eve/DBB co-founder and AA chairman, said that "On the Friday afternoon of the vote, I got a phone call from a large North American client cancelling a contract, with the question: ‘What the hell have you guys done?’
An investigation has thrown doubt on claims that the small, personal email server Nomx can provide "absolute security". Created by entrepreneur Will Donaldson, Nomx says it uses the "world's most secure communications protocol" to protect email messages. But security analysts cracked the device's simple passwords and hacked its hardware and software.
While the Conservatives are still on course to win the election, the margin of victory is becoming less certain. A YouGov poll has found that Labour was up two points to 31%. A poll for the Sunday Times showed the Tories had a 13-point lead with 44% of the vote, yet a YouGov poll gave the Tories a 23-point lead last week, showing a dip of 10 points.
Its the morning after Mayday. Which also marked the exact end of Donald Trumps first 100 days. Not sure how many of us were celebrating that . But as we return to work and the Donald settles down for his NEXT 100 days, it seems a good time to take stock of his tenure for business -- and where it goes next.
A mixed bag for Twitter: The number of people using the social network has risen 14% and the firm's losses narrowed in the first three months of this year. But ad revenue fell by almost 8% from a year earlier. And now a row's brewing with the government about the decision to withdraw access to user data used to investigate potential terrorist plots.
GlaxoSmithKline has beaten analyst expectations by increasing its sales 19pc in the first quarter under new boss Emma Walmsley. Sales at the pharmaceutical giant hit £7.4bn in the three months to March 31, up from £6.2bn a year previously and higher than the £7.25bn pencilled in by analysts. But what about the pharmaceutical industry worldwide?
Officials at Saudi Arabian Oil Co, or Saudi Aramco. have told their superiors there is a hitch in the plans to take the state-owned oil company public next year. It is likely worth at least $500 billion less than the government previously suggested - roughly the value of Amazon and Netflix combined.
The Prime Minister has refused to guarantee the triple lock on pensions. It's understood that Mrs May is coming under increasing pressure to drop the pledge, which means pensions always rise by 2.5%, from the Conservative manifesto. But with no guarantees on pensions, how can we fund our retirement?
The findings reveal one in five people in Europe now rarely carries cash, and a third would go completely cashless if given the choice, although people in the UK were the least likely to hold this view. Developments in technology and new payment methods are making the shift to a cashless economy ever more possible, and new findings reveal that society's desire to follow is not far behind.