Company directors overwhelmingly reject Labour’s nationalisation plans

Labour’s £59bn plan to nationalise broadband gets biggest thumbs-down, yet bosses say broadband is UK’s most urgent infrastructure investment need


Broadband CEO on how the military has prepared him for business life

Truespeed's CEO on how he has grown his business from a team of four to 85 in just four years.


Getting broadband right for your business

In a globalised marketplace, good communication technology is essential. A bad connection can lead to loss of income and productivity, not to mention leaving you open to hackers. Here's how you can pick the right broadband connection for your business.


London nowhere on UK's top 'Gigabit Cities' list

Think tank warns that the capital's poor broadband infrastructure could hinder its competitiveness, as London trails behind cities like York, Coventry and Edinburgh.


Superfast broadband boost for Manchester tech scene

Virgin Media Business unveils plans to roll-out ultrafast connectivity to 3,000 businesses.


Business Growth Fund invests £16.3m in BVG Airflo and Broadband Satellite Services

Big financial boost for Welsh non-high street retailer and satellite comms company.


Third Dutch investment deal for UK technology firm m2fx

Fibre cables business m2fx has gone back to the Netherlands to secure the equity investment it needs to build worldwide sales.


BGF invests in price comparison platform


Braveheart invests £340,000 in Conjunct

Braveheart Investment Group has completed a £340,000 funding round for Livingston-based fibre optics developer Conjunct.


Imagine Communications acquires Irish Broadband

Irish telecoms group Imagine Communications has acquired internet service provider Irish Broadband for €47 million (£37 million) in a debt-free deal.


R&D key for business with plan for rapid growth

Finding the fastest, cheapest and easiest-to-use broadband service can be seen as something of an obsession for both consumers and businesses nowadays. Sasha Williamson, CEO at London-based Urban WiMax, believes that, when it comes to businesses, the company he heads can provide a solution to meet those needs.


Britain’s cities go wireless

Businesses and consumers inhabiting six major UK cities will soon be able to access high-speed wireless broadband in cafes, parks and shopping centres, courtesy of BT’s new ‘Wireless City’ initiative.