Two thirds of Britain's top business and financial journalists (64%) can access the world-wide web at work and a quarter can do so at home.
The Post Office's press relations is the best in British Industry, according to a MORI survey.
Despite media scepticism, the British public are eagerly embracing the arrival of digital television. One in ten people expect to be among the first to get a digital receiver and a further one in five have decided to get one in six to twelve months' time. These findings come from research conducted this summer for the Consumer Electronic Access Study, a comprehensive project examining demand for home electronic access applications, a joint venture between MORI and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Sunday Business has been ranked as the third most useful Sunday Newspaper by UK Captains of Industry, for keeping them informed on business matters.
12 December 1998
UK Retailers Fall to Meet Online Shoppers Expectations
Millions want to buy, with demand outstripping supply, says new loot.com survey
The recent entry into timeshare holidays of two more big-name travel brands - Thomas Cook and Airtours - is helping to boost consumer confidence, according to the "VO 2000 United Kingdom" survey sponsored by Interval International, resort exchange specialists. The research into timeshare trends was carried out in the UK by MORI.
Socio-Cultural Currents Affecting Heritage Site Visit Considerations or 'I didn't join English Heritage to be a Salesman'
My day job is the study of the British, the public generally, the electorate, in political terms (although opinion polls that you see in the newspapers and on television is but 1% of our turnover - that's right, 1%, of MORI's turnover - but 99% of the publicity).