Viscount Rhodri Phillipps’ malicious Facebook comments are leading him to imprisonment, and shows that the public scrutiny of a high profile figure has legal and moral limits, writes Jennifer Agate
Saying sorry quickly is the safest bet to protect yourself from Twibel, writes Jennifer Agate
Making sure family reputation is in order is just as valuable as making sure all the stakeholders are on board when it comes to generational business transition says Polly Wilkins
Privacy is the ultimate luxury, but hackers are tapping into our phones and tablets. How can we protect ourselves? John Arlidge finds some surprising answers
From Elton John’s sexual misconduct case to Nigella Lawson’s employee prosecution that detailed her drug abuse, Jennifer Agate points out how the ‘trusted employee’ could unleash a reputation nightmare for HNWs.