Nestlé has long wanted to trademark the four-finger shape of its KitKat bars, and 17 May marks its latest attempt to stop the competition (Cadbury) from getting a say in the matter.
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New research by Alix Partners sought to identify why, as of late, private equity businesses are getting rid of portfolio company CEOs within two years.
Martin McCourt has taken on the role of chairman at hospitality tableware provider Dudson and Real Business sought to find out what strategies he’s put in place to help the company grow.
If your company relies on video conferencing or posts its fare share of photos on social media, then chances are you’ve felt let down by your upload speed – and you’re not the only one.
Tennis star Andy Murray has invested in another campaign as part of his aim to champion UK companies via the Seedrs crowdfunding platform.
Logitech recently shined a light on the UK’s presentation woes, claiming many workers can’t stand the thought of public speaking – and their nerves end up sending colleagues to sleep.
In its haste to gain Royal Assent before June’s general election, the Finance Bill saw over half its contents removed. But the intent to crack down on tax avoidance still permeates its pages. So it doesn’t hurt to understand what that entails – and what the difference between tax avoidance and tax evasion is.
After the general election determines the next government, emphasis will need to be placed on stabilising London’s economic foundations so it can meet the demands of a growing population – and remain competitive in the process.
In 2014, Oxfam anointed the Netherlands “healthiest country in the world”. And while the title has since changed hands – to Singapore in 2015 – the nation never strays from the top ten ranking. This is in large part due to healthy eating.
In its latest edition of The Deal, Beauhurst claimed equity investment dropped for the first time in five years. Crowdfunding platforms, however, defied expectations – and Seedrs hopes to keep the ball rolling by launching a secondary market.
Be it companies, celebrities or even royalty, the UK is keen on tackling mental health issues. Heineken is no exception, recently having pledged to eradicate the prejudice still surrounding the topic.
“Hey Shoreditch, what if you surprise your loved one this weekend?” The words, used in a British Airways advert, hoped to foster interest in a European city breaks offer. However, it spurred Shoreditch artists to take action. No, they didn’t book a holiday.