WELL into the new year and already it is business as usual. Sterling is in freefall, the balance of payments deficit widens, fuel costs have increased and we look to be heading for round three of economic depression.Read
SESSION Initiation Protocol – more commonly referred to as SIP – is one of the fastest growing technologies today with many businesses choosing to migrate away from traditional ISDN lines in favour of SIP trunks.Read
IT is worth a short reprise of last week’s verdict on the Government’s strategy: GDP down by 0.3% in 2012, still lower than 2008; manufacturing down 1.5% and services flat – the only positive boost coming from a fortunately timed Olympic games.Read
THE Government has hardly proved benevolent when it comes to providing financial support to businesses since coming to power, but it’s fair to say the North East has profited more than most from its primary source of funding.Read
STOCKS have outpaced other assets - including high-yield credit - by more than enough to compensate for their higher risk. The S&P 500 is within 5% of its October 2007 summit and pundits are talking (again) of investor complacency.Read
THE Prime Minister was right, of course, to postpone the much-anticipated speech on the UK’s future relationship with the European Union in light of the extremely serious situation in Algeria last week.Read
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