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Dyson could be about to launch a robotic vacuum cleaner

Dyson could be about to launch a robotic vacuum cleaner

The ever-inventive engineer has released a mysterious video announcing a product launch on September 4th. What could it be...?

 

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10 things we learned this week

10 things we learned this week

29 August 2014

Super speedy space junk, swimming with sharks and Twitch-y tech giants.

 
 
'I was checking emails in the labour room' - Anthony Eskinazi, JustPark

'I was checking emails in the labour room' - Anthony Eskinazi, JustPark

29 August 2014

20 QUESTIONS: The founder of the parking app talks about his 'property porn obsession' and why he offers his staff infinite holidays.

 
 
Faisal Butt: The power of serendipity

Faisal Butt: The power of serendipity

28 August 2014

Serendipity is more than luck. Entrepreneurs need to be able to recognise and seize opportunities, says Faisal Butt.

 
 
Funding for Lending loans to small businesses have fallen (again)

Funding for Lending loans to small businesses have fallen (again)

28 August 2014

LAUNCHPAD: Only nine of 36 eligible banks actually used the Funding for Lending scheme in the second quarter of this year. The government's prodding just isn't working.

 
 
Chilango's 'burrito bond' wraps up £2.16m

Chilango's 'burrito bond' wraps up £2.16m

27 August 2014

LAUNCHPAD: The Mexican restaurant chain's mini bond netted a record amount on crowd funding platform Crowdcube.

 
 
10 things we learned this week

10 things we learned this week

22 August 2014

Interest rates clash, Tom Hanks becomes an app developer, fancy a £15 Lidl leather jacket?

 
 
From a hairdresser to a takeaway owner, HMRC unveils prolific tax evaders

From a hairdresser to a takeaway owner, HMRC unveils prolific tax evaders

22 August 2014

HMRC has updated its list of tax dodgers, who owe the UK millions of pounds.

 
 
'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.

 
 
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

21 August 2014

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

 
 
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.

 
 

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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