Chaos theory states that “something as small as the flutter of a butterfly’s wing can ultimately cause a typhoon half way around the world”. Less dramatically put, one cause can have many effects. Emerging technologies are a case in point. Emails, mobile phones and wifi have facilitated flexible working for this era’s workforce...One example of a creative workspace is Clearbell’s Lingfield Point in Darlington. This boasts creative spaces with services including a nursery and cycle route. The office space allows for flexible working, with a range of services offered on site....Manish Chande is a senior partner at Clearbell Capital.
RFR’s CEO, Richard Rogerson, joins Dan Hyde and Adam Rose of Westleton Drake on WDTV to discuss the UK residential property market and, in particular, the many changes to the UK taxation of residential property and the additional challenges faced by US citizens and families.
Presented at the Goldsmith’s Hall on Wednesday evening, the inaugural Leopard Awards put the spotlight on the great and emerging jewellers of London, with more than a few glamorous clients in tow...Along with Susan Farmer, Theo Fennell, Shaun Leane, Stephen Webster and Vogue’s Carol Woolton, Azagury-Partridge makes up the London Leopards, who made the evening a reality.
Keystone's founder explains why the firm decided to become the third to list on the London Stock Exchange...“This listing is about the future,” says James Knight, founder and managing director of Keystone Law, which today (16 November) confirmed that it will become the third law firm to float on the London Stock Exchange (LSE).
Michael Jary examines whether Britain still punches above its weight, and how that might be affected by fragmentation of the UK..."The outcome of Brexit is likely to put considerable strain on relations between the nations of the UK. But if the UK survives Brexit intact, it will become apparent that the bonds which tie it are more important than ever. The UK must forge a future in which it makes the most of its unique advantages, while remaining large enough to be viable..."