Sir Martin Sorrell a top remain boss, joins call to get out of EU as soon as possible

The pro-Remain multimillionaire advertising chief said business people now want uncertainty ended as soon as possible – although he conceded the process of leaving the EU was complex and would “last a long time”. He spoke as other Brexit campaigners renewed their calls for swift progress. Mrs May, who returned to the UK yesterday from her Swiss walking holiday, has said only that she will not invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty – kick-starting up to two years of formal Brexit talks – until next year. Sir Martin, whose London-based WPP owns advertising agencies around the world and employs

Asian companies have world's worst cybersecurity says study

Image copyright Thinkstock Many Asian organisations are badly defended against cyber-attacks, a year-long investigation by US security company Mandiant indicates. The median time between a breach and its discovery was 520 days, its says. That is three times the global average. Asia was also 80% more likely to be targeted by hackers than other parts of the world, the report said. It said an average of 3.7GB in data had been stolen in each attack, which could be tens of thousands of documents. However, the bulk of the incidents were not made public because the region lacks breach disclosure laws.

Day and Johnson command spotlight at Bethpage

By Reuters Published: 18:04 EST, 24 August 2016 | Updated: 18:04 EST, 24 August 2016 Aug 24 (Reuters) – World number one Jason Day and second-ranked Dustin Johnson launch their title bids at The Barclays on Thursday amid longer-term hopes of securing the PGA Tour’s season-ending FedExCup and Player of the Year honours. The Barclays, won last year by Australian Day, is the first of four lucrative FedExCup events that conclude the 2015-16 schedule with a playoff bonus of $10 million going to the overall champion. Once the season is over, the PGA Tour rank and file will vote for