From allegations of sexual harassment, to a dashcam video of the CEO in a heated argument, Uber has been hit with scandal after scandal. However, this is more than a PR problem. The common link between all of these headline-grabbing incidents is Uber’s toxic corporate culture.
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Prospects of a deal between courier DX and the distribution division of John Menzies have highlighted the use of reverse mergers in corporate transactions.
The terms “content marketing and “content strategy” are too often used interchangeably. Perhaps that’s why the overwhelming number of bosses engaged in content marketing do so without addressing the why and how of their content initiatives.
It is widely accepted that employee engagement is critical in winning the war for talent, but less is spoken about how it helps develop leads and generate new business.
The appeal of being able to tailor your communications to offer the personal factor to numerous prospects – without investing the vast resources needed to make each feel like they have your undivided attention – is hopefully obvious.
Reports claim a group of retail investors are in talks to rescue Jacques Vert owner Style Group Brands through a pre-pack administration. This follows the acquisition of Agent Provocateur out of administration in a similar deal in March this year. But what exactly does a pre-pack entail?
On 5 June Shawbrook Group received a revised takeover bid of £868m from Marlin Bidco, a company owned by private equity firms BC Partners and Pollen Street Capital Limited. This joint takeover bid was “final and not to be increased”.
We recently conducted research into UK consumer attitudes and behaviours surrounding application security and uncovered a number of alarming findings.
Mental health is an issue which has garnered considerable recent media interest. So what are employers’ responsibilities around the mental health of their employees?
Some ten years ago, Caffeine opened its doors to stimulate growth for its clients. In that decade, we have worked with impatient leaders from companies of all sizes and sectors, done interviews for several books we have published and, of course, run a business which has in its own humble way grown steadily since we started.
At a point in time where data protection legislation is about to get stricter, only 43 per cent of businesses store customer data in a dedicated CRM – and it will risk customer experience.
The demand for digital skills has clearly outstripped supply. Against the backdrop of political and economic uncertainty, London Tech Week is the ideal time to remind our thriving city to fight to retain the title of Europe’s biggest hub – and that it needs to step up efforts to keep its digital darlings.