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Och no: Two-thirds of small Scottish businesses want to stay in the UK

Och no: Two-thirds of small Scottish businesses want to stay in the UK

More than half of small Scottish businesses think independence would be a threat to the country's economic growth.

 

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'Launching in America was the best decision we ever made' - Robyn Exton, Dattch

'Launching in America was the best decision we ever made' - Robyn Exton, Dattch

22 August 2014

20 QUESTIONS: The founder of the women-only dating app talks about her plans to move to the US and why she wants to rename her business.

 
 
Today in tech sexism - Angel investor admits he hassled women for sex

Today in tech sexism - Angel investor admits he hassled women for sex

20 August 2014

Just another day in tech sexism, as angel investor Pavel Curda finally admits harassing an entrepreneur and events organiser he met in Berlin.

 
 
Stelios wants to shake up the car rental market (again) with EasyCar Club

Stelios wants to shake up the car rental market (again) with EasyCar Club

18 August 2014

The serial entrepreneur wants to grab a slice of the sharing economy with peer-to-peer car rental platform EasyCar Club.

 
 
'Star investor' Neil Woodford has just bet £7m on online estate agent Purplebricks

'Star investor' Neil Woodford has just bet £7m on online estate agent Purplebricks

18 August 2014

LAUNCHPAD: The 'disruptive' estate agent has raised £10m already this year, after launching in April.

 
 
A 19-year-old school dropout has just won £80,000 investment from Deborah Meaden on Dragon's Den

A 19-year-old school dropout has just won £80,000 investment from Deborah Meaden on Dragon's Den

17 August 2014

LAUNCHPAD: Jordan Daykin's patented plasterboard fixings tamed the fiery dragon. And he only employees other teenagers.

 
 
10 things we learned this week

10 things we learned this week

15 August 2014

Why we hate Facebook Messenger, New Look's kimono bonanza, stinginess in the tech sector.

 
 
The UK sharing economy could rake in £9bn by 2025

The UK sharing economy could rake in £9bn by 2025

15 August 2014

Sharing economy companies in the UK currently make around £500m a year, according to PwC. But it all depends how you define it...

 
 
'Being aggressive isn't essential for business success' - Donna Baker, Here For a Day & Here For a Pound

'Being aggressive isn't essential for business success' - Donna Baker, Here For a Day & Here For a Pound

15 August 2014

20 QUESTIONS: The founder of the daily deal website and online pound store talks about becoming a midwife and why she can't work with half-hearted people.

 
 
Uber vs Lyft: This time it's personal

Uber vs Lyft: This time it's personal

13 August 2014

LAUNCHPAD: The battle between the two startups to disrupt and dominate taxi markets around the world is not pretty.

 
 
What do entrepreneurs really want from investors?

What do entrepreneurs really want from investors?

13 August 2014

LAUNCHPAD: Two thirds of business owners want advice more than money, but lots aren't getting any at all.

 
 

The MT interview: Gareth Penny

The boss of the world's dominant diamond business

Gareth Penny, De Beers Group CEO, predicts a sparkling return to form

 
 

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