After £450,000 worth of shares in London-based football team Tottenham Hotspur were traded on 21 April, at their highest price since the club de-listed from the stock market, a market capitalisation of £426m was achieved.
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Showing once again that British businesses are particularly adept at producing luxury goods in high demand, Josephine Home is our latest Digital Champion.
With stints at Andreessen Horowitz, McKinsey & Company and Index Ventures under his belt, Andre de Haes is well placed to know what the right approach for his fledgling seed-based investment fund is – and told Real Business all about it.
Having outlined policy effectively meaning academics and scientists who had received public funding would not be able to voice comments relating to current affairs, Jo Johnson has revealed an embarrassing u-turn.
British hosting company 123-reg is facing a barrage of criticism on social media after one of its staff ran a script with a “catastrophic error” in it and deleted a number of customers’ websites.
British political party UKIP has used the issue of late payments to make its feelings clear on the situation small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) currently face.
The chancellor has inked an agreement with Spain, France, Italy and Germany to share information on the “ultimate owners of companies” – shedding light on financial wrongdoing.
As a fast-growing crowdfunding platform, Crowdcube co-founder Luke Lang explains why implementing a CRM system was key to providing a platform suitable for scaling up and cultivating relationships with entrepreneurs on the hunt for funding.
There is one final opportunity for nominations to be made ahead of the 2016 First Women Awards, a decade-old initiative which has shed a light on ladies who have gone on to become gamechangers in their respective fields.
While brands such as Lego, IKEA, Rolex and Bosch featured highly in the UK RepTrak list of the 150 most reputable companies, only four British firms secured a score of “excellent”.
Not content with resting on their laurels, the leaders of Turtle Wax and Ripmax explained why they went in search of a finance supplier and credit line that would provide the ammunition needed to be even more ambitious.
Having built his reputation heading up Invesco Perpetual, but recently announced a three per cent loss in value for his own fund, Neil Woodford will be placing more of an emphasis on startups and growing SMEs.