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Metal thieves costs businesses £380m a year, but here’s a smart way to catch them
If bad customer service was an Olympic sport, the London 2012 online shop would win gold, says Sean Hargrave
Wasting time queuing for train tickets could soon be a thing of the past, Sean Hargrave investigates…
As the Digital Economy Act comes into force how will our leading internet service providers react?
The internet is littered with cyber squatters and domain parkers, who prevent big traffic domain names from being put to good use. Alas, London has also fallen victim…
The mayor wants London construction firms to hire young offenders. Fat chance or second chance – what do you think?
Meet the horticulturists getting their slice of the £100bn global gardening industry at the biggest London flower show of its kind
Hundreds of businesses in Dagenham and Havering receive greater protection from the threat of flooding…and local residents and wildlife receive a boost too.
A third runway would bring relatively swift economic benefits, argue London business bodies
Sovereign defaults could swell defined benefit pension funds deficits by 45 per cent, according to…
Gabriella Griffith hotfoots it down to the London BioScience Innovation Centre to let science boot her into shape
Transport for London has just announced its biggest investment for 80 years, to provide “new…
Best advice for London businesses trying to mitigate transport chaos next summer? Forget the official guidance.
If you are on the move between meetings in London or stuck in the office,…
Move over Boris and Ken, here’s a potential – and far more plausible – candidate
Out of the five controlling central London, only one is prepared to reach for the sky with its future building plans
Charity starts with a tuneful download for Media Guardian’s Innovation Awards winners Fairsharemusic.com
Tax, boring? Not when Nicholas Shaxson is telling the tale. He kicks off his exposé of offshore centres with a 100 decibel tirade
Economically, Enterprise Zones have a poor track record. What would be different this time?