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www.standard.co.uk
6 months ago
London

Migrant workers paid below minimum wage or 'given meals only' at Balham restaurant

A south London restaurant, Lebanese Garden Lounge, has had its late-night license revoked after being found guilty of exploiting migrant workers.
The owner, Karim Ali, has been fined nearly £15,000 and ordered to pay the council's legal costs.
The case sends a strong message that businesses must not employ people without legal right to work and must pay employees at least the minimum wage. [ more ]
Los Angeles Times
6 months ago
Los Angeles

Ruben's Bakery survived pandemic and riot only to be ransacked during a street takeover

A mob of over 100 people robbed Ruben's Bakery & Mexican Food in Compton during an illegal street takeover.
The estimated damage is over $70,000, which will further impact the struggling business that had already been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. [ more ]
TechRepublic
6 months ago
Business intelligence

Get an AI Education in 2024 for Just $20

Investing in AI and machine learning education is crucial for businesses
The Ultimate AI & Machine Learning E-Degree Bundle offers comprehensive training in Python, R, data science, and more [ more ]
Entrepreneur
6 months ago
Career

How to Increase Your Business Value as You Think About Selling | Entrepreneur

Assessing the true value of your business and determining your role in the business post-sale are key obstacles when deciding to sell your business.
Seek expertise from an industry-specific M&A advisor to help with assessing the value of your business, negotiating the sale price, and preparing for a sale. [ more ]
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www.fastcompany.com
6 months ago
Artificial intelligence

Beyond the generative AI hype

More businesses are increasing investment in generative AI (GenAI).
GenAI is most effective when used as part of a broader AI strategy. [ more ]
Consultancy
6 months ago
Artificial intelligence

AI trends and political change drive consultants' predictions for 2024

Businesses entering 2024 with caution due to geo-political tensions, supply chain issues, rising costs, and a tight labor market.
Technology, particularly AI, is seen as a key factor for businesses to thrive in 2024. [ more ]
www.fastcompany.com
6 months ago
Artificial intelligence

Beyond the generative AI hype

More businesses are increasing investment in generative AI (GenAI).
GenAI is most effective when used as part of a broader AI strategy. [ more ]
Consultancy
6 months ago
Artificial intelligence

AI trends and political change drive consultants' predictions for 2024

Businesses entering 2024 with caution due to geo-political tensions, supply chain issues, rising costs, and a tight labor market.
Technology, particularly AI, is seen as a key factor for businesses to thrive in 2024. [ more ]
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TechRepublic
6 months ago
EU data protection

Uncertainty Is the Biggest Challenge to Australia's Cyber Security Strategy

The Australian government announced the 2023-2030 Australian Cyber Security Strategy.
Businesses will need to make investments and adjust their approach to regulation and risk management to meet the government's requirements.
Political shifts could lead to changes in Australia's cyber security strategy. [ more ]
Chicago Tribune
6 months ago
Chicago

Paul Vallas: With the start of the new year, here is a sobering look at the state of Illinois

Illinois' population is not growing.
Illinois remains one of the least friendly states for residents in terms of taxes and one of the worst states for business.
Illinois' K-12 public school system claims a portion of taxes at one of the highest levels in the nation, yet its schools are among the worst-performing. [ more ]
Medium
6 months ago
Privacy professionals

Top 10 Web Application Security Threats to Look Out For in 2024

The threat landscape has changed due to technological innovations in 2023, with new threats emerging and old threats reducing.
Businesses need to adapt to digital portals but must also secure their digital footprint to avoid being targeted by attackers. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
6 months ago
Marketing

David Beckham scores bumper year but Victoria's label needs cash injections

David Beckham's business has had a successful year with revenues more than doubling to 72.6m, but pre-tax profits fell due to increased expenses.
Victoria Beckham's fashion and beauty empire continues to require cash injections from shareholders. [ more ]
www.independent.co.uk
6 months ago
Europe politics

Brexit-backing Wetherspoons boss to be knighted in New Year Honours

Tim Martin, founder and boss of Wetherspoons, is being considered for a knighthood for his services to business.
Martin was a prominent supporter of Brexit and advocated for a hard-line approach, supporting a no-deal option. [ more ]
uxdesign.cc
6 months ago
UX design

In the face of transformation, should designers conform or rebel?

Photo by David Rotimi on Unsplash As designers, some of us are at a storybook crossroads.
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