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Posted on December 31, 2018 by staff

BusinessCloud’s 10 most-read stories of 2018

BusinessCloud’s online readership has more than doubled in the past 12 months, with our growing coverage of the UK’s ever-changing business landscape.

As the year draws to a close, here are 10 stories which garnered the most interest from readers like you.

‘Ripple will become the Microsoft of crypto’

Cryptocurrency expert Phillip Nunn says timing is everything – and Ripple XRP can follow Bill Gates’ lead in becoming the go-to digital currency.

EU responds to meme ban fears – with a meme

EU Commission’s Twitter account referenced Star Trek in an attempt to reassure users worried by new copyright regulation.

Facebook focus: People may know you’ve viewed their profile

People you search for and those who have searched for you become suggestions of ‘people you may know’.

Football stars including Pogba put shopping app on the map

What began as a fire-side chat over a few drinks grew into a viral ad campaign and transformed the profile of shopping app Wish thanks to the involvement of seven global football stars.

Luke Massie: ‘I’ve got nothing to hide’

Vibe Tickets founder tells BusinessCloud he did everything in his power to save business from administration.

Silicon Valley tech exec joins Booking.com as CTO

Former tech executive from StubHub, Citibank and Amazon joins digital travel platform as chief technology officer.

PrettyLittleThing to create 1,200 jobs in Sheffield

UK’s fastest-growing online fashion retailer setting up eCommerce operation at 600,000 sq ft site.

AR ‘treasure hunt’ app saved from administration

New rental service from Bots offers robotic arms and humanoid robots to businesses keen to adopt robotics.

British company launches robot workers for hire

New rental service from Bots offers robotic arms and humanoid robots to businesses keen to adopt robotics.

Start-up to be ‘Uber of waste industry’

Joe Rogers set up Manchester tech firm Bukkawaste and has recently sold his house to fund the business.