Speaking at a recent Trade and Industry dinner, Business Secretary Vincent Cable noted that entrepreneurs are now 10% of the workforce, compared to 6% two years ago, and talked about his hope that the UK can become a centre for disruptive technologies.
This type of disruptive thinking is what inspired serial entrepreneur Linda Cheung and her team to launch a new tool to help entrepreneurs and enterprise.
HonestyBoxx helps start-ups to monetise their output and access the advice they need, from the outset.
As the public got news of the guilty verdict in the high-profile Steubenville, Ohio, rape case, CNN reporter Poppy Harlow commented how it was hard for her to watch.
“It was incredibly emotional, incredibly difficult, even for an outsider like me, to watch what happened as these two young men that had such promising futures, star football players, very good students, literally watched as they believed their lives fell apart,” Harlow reported.
It was the start of an online firestorm.
Google chief executive Eric Schmidt said Thursday that the Internet giant is still censoring Web search results in China but that will change in a "reasonably short time from now.""We're in conversation with the Chinese government," Schmidt told financial analysts in a conference call after releasing Google's fourth quarter results."Our business in China is today unchanged," said Schmidt, speaking a little over a week after the Internet giant revealed it had come under attack from cyber spies based in China.