They actually went there! Jeremy Corbyn may have lied about finding no seats on his horrible train journey with Virgin Trains, Richard Branson lashed back with counter evidence and Sam Tarry, the man in charge of Corbyn’s leadership campaign, decided his comeback would involve dubbing Branson a "tax exile".
That fear of the unknown has left many business leaders feeling rattled as they start to encounter the ripple effect of the UK’s vote to leave the EU. Between stock market turmoil and the potential for other EU countries to follow suit, businesses are left on the sidelines wondering what the next move should be.
Pornhub and RedTube are offering up $100,000 worth of advertising space for entrepreneurs and their startup businesses, slots which reach a reported 90m daily visitors.
David Beckham and wife Victoria have decided it’s time to call it a day on their six-bedroom property in France which, despite £5m of refurbishment, comes with a price tag of just £2.4m.
The digital nature of the UK’s economy now means that companies need to upskill current workers, but critically for long-term prosperity and on-going market relevancy, they need to be hiring an appropriately skilled new generation too.
Watching British long-distance runner Mo Farah romp to victory in Olympics 10,000m final, after falling earlier in the race, got me thinking: should we all be ready for setbacks and know how to respond accordingly?
Westport House, a well-known Irish heritage attraction, has been placed up for sale for €10m. But before you write it off for being pricey, you should know that one of many unique features it includes is a theme park.
The government has announced its proposals for how the new funding arrangements for apprenticeships will work. The plans detail, for the first time, what proportion of the cost of training would be borne by businesses.
London is often considered the business capital of Europe, so it’s unsurprising many workers in the capital have high-flying careers – but which areas do they consider the most prestigious? To make mingling with peers easier, a study has highlighted the locations where wealthy professionals have taken up residence.
In the latest of our Business Class profiles, we hear from Gary Lavin, a former professional rugby player who turned his attention towards business after an injury forced him out of action. Now, in ownership of healthy drink brand VitHit, which sells 17 million bottles annually, Lavin paints a picture of the prosperous new life he’s created.
Speaking as a partner at Mangrove Capital Partners, I personally believe the Brexit could be more of an opportunity than a problem for small businesses in the UK.
A beautiful, fully refurbished house in Cornwall has hit the market for £600,000 and, if you like properties that come with colourful history behind them, you’ll be pleased to know it used to be a public toilet.