Digital Economy

Supreme Court ruling threatens tax raid on eCommerce

A ruling in the US Supreme Court may force internet based businesses to collect sales tax in States where the company does not have a physical presence, killing off any advantage which may exist over brick-and-mortar businesses.

Will the UK ever agree on the internet?

This week Telecoms.com has 16 year-old Shannon O’Connor joining the team for work experience, and today’s ‘thrilling’ task is to join Jamie at the Connected Britain event in London.

Facebook’s shareholder meeting reveals investor tensions

Investors are demanding and sometimes inconsiderate of the ebbs and flows of the business world, but Facebook’s Annual Shareholder meeting demonstrated the frustrations and fears surrounding the company’s precarious position.

London welcomes buskers to the digital revolution

Moving into the connected era has threatened the livelihoods of numerous individuals, but a new initiative from Busk In London and iZettle, backed by London Mayor Sadiq Khan plans to bring buskers into the digital economy.

IBM investment shows Macron’s tech mission is working

French President Emmanuel Macron has a mission, and his mission is to take France to the top of the technology rankings in Europe. With IBM adding an extra 1800 jobs and a training centre in the country, he might well be succeeding.

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