A much-criticised rebranding, labelled too defensive, MPs attacking it and now a chairman resignation – it’s been a tough baptism of fire for the Financial Conduct Authority, the UK’s latest financial regulator.
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Technological advancement has brought about the streamlining of many day-to-day tasks, but what about eating? Real Business tried out a meal delivery service to see how it all works.
An updated Google algorithm, dubbed Freddie Krueger in response to its nightmarish nature, has continued the search engine’s conquest to penalise revenue before experience.
Financial services company Fiserv has stepped in to table a £70m offer for troubled technology business Monitise, after share price erosion of 96 per cent in three years.
Beer brand Heineken has said a second stage look at its purchase of British pub chain Punch Taverns it is a “positive step” towards completion.
Having first addressed the consumer market, financial technology business Revolut has launched a European business offering focused on multi-currency transfers with interbank exchange rates.
Theresa May has made a number of changes to her cabinet, but kept on Greg Clark as secretary of state at the Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy.
Star fund manager Neil Woodford has called for Britain to not overreact in response to the 2017 general election results, instead suggesting “not a lot has changed” economically.
As a British general election throws up a hung parliament situation for the second time in three votes, SME leaders feel their business issues will now slip down the pecking order.
Having first used the Special K brand in 1955, food manufacturing company Kellogg’s is countering a move by Australian tennis player Thanasi Kokkinakis to use the term for his own merchandise line.
For the second time in two years the British are going to the polls. Our live general election insights feed provides business leaders all the info needed.
Businessman Alan Sugar has taken to Twitter ahead of the 8 June general election to criticise Labour and Jeremy Corbyn alongside showcasing his annual tax bill.