Having been one of the most hotly-debated economic topics in recent years, companies throughout the UK could be rejoicing or commiserating after predicted changes to local business rates.
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It might not be what you want to hear after a weekend of over-indulgence, but our advent offering today looks at how US restaurant Olive Garden is offering a seven-week pasta pass for only $100.
Nick Boles has outlined the “four simple steps” for businesses ahead of next year’s National Living Wage introduction, and said that the legislation will allow companies to reward staff “properly”.
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Financing your entrepreneurial dreams takes centre stage in our latest business advent calendar offering, which is taking each day in the December run up to Christmas and building a story off the back of it.
To go with the chocolate advent calendar most of you will be enthusiastically consuming, we’ve produced our own version of a countdown – bringing you an interesting fact or story based on the particular date.
A week after chancellor George Osborne decided to shut the doors to the Business Growth Service and the schemes it ran, we have been in continued conversation with the business community to gauge its reaction – and it's been pretty unanimously against the move.
Despite uncovering a six month-old data breach, in which the details of 650,000 customers were compromised, the share price of pub chain JD Wetherspoon rose in day trading.
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While the chancellor failed to mention the winding down of the Business Growth Service and its initiatives such as Growth Accelerator in his speech or subsequent full Autumn Statement and Spending Review documentation, it has now emerged that it will go as part of wider cuts to the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS).
With the amount of venture capital being injected into growing British firms growing each quarter, here are the ten businesses which have banked the most between the beginning of July and the end of September.
After its first product, the Laserlight, went down a storm on Kickstarter and helped propel the business into the cycling limelight, Blaze faced the ominous task of doing it all again. Founder and CEO Emily Brooke told Real Business how the team went about this.