[caption id="attachment_22638" align="alignright" width="200"] Robert Brown[/caption] Robert, who has more than 30 years' experience in insolvency practice, spoke about the administration of insolvent estates upon death and, in particular, Deceased Persons Orders, their key provisions and possible alternatives.
One of the world's oldest professional sports stadiums is being celebrated in a nostalgia fuelled painting by one of Sheffield's most famous artists.
Rapid developments in the automation of our everyday lives have prompted a world leading multidisciplinary group of technology scholars to form the Foundation for Responsible Robotics (FRR).
Business parks singled out by Ofcom as suffering from slow speeds Average business park tenant gets 15Mbit/s compared to 29Mbit/s for UK as a whole 46% of business park tenants get less than 10Mbit/s, 24% less than 5Mbit/s, 12% less than 2Mbit/s 18% of SMEs unlikely to have access to superfast broadband beyond 2017 South Yorkshire's businesses are being urged to adopt a 'do it yourself' approach to accessing superfast broadband after an Ofcom report revealed that the average business park tenant suffers speeds almost half as fast as the UK average.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines announced a significant increase in capacity from Leeds Bradford® Airport to Amsterdam.
Keith Wright, managing director of Bluewave Education, explains how when times are tough, the best organisations are those that invest in their people Times are tough in teacher recruitment and retention.
As business and education leaders come together (Thursday) at the British Chambers of Commerce's (BCC) first Business and Education Summit*, the BCC has published findings from a major UK-wide survey of over 3,500 businesses and educators highlighting the significant benefits of partnerships between schools and businesses.