How rivalries in media mergers are shaping the future of TV

Amid a flurry of mergers and acquisitions, powerful rivalries are shaping the future of TV

The rise of distributed working

distributed working environment

Individuals based at home or in remote offices, scattered anywhere in the world, are part of a rising phenomenon called distributed working

Innovate or die

The UK is well positioned as a front runner in the online revolution in retail sales, writes James Silver

John Lewis revolutionary

The man in charge of the John Lewis Partnership tells James Silver how his company is bucking the economic trend to be Britain’s retail success story

State of pay and cashless society

James Silver looks into the future and sees a cashless society, which technology has already largely enabled, but may yet be delayed by consumer caution

Are web dollars a credit card killer?

Ben Milne, founder of Dwolla, tells James Silver of his cyberspace vision of a payments world free of credit card fees

Focused on ‘smashing the ball out of the park’

James Silver meets Oxford graduates, Tom Blomfield and Matt Robinson, who are taking on US payments top guns in an online shoot-out

Can chat convert to sales on the hype network?

Despite reports of growth, social purchasing remains a niche player or marketing medium, writes James Silver