Who would have thought Marmite would be a victim of the referendum vote? Dubbed #marmitegate, the dispute between Tesco and Unilever has raised a debate on whether the next few months will see suppliers want to renegotiate prices with UK firms.
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Facebook Pages is having a slight makeover, which will see call-to-action buttons allow people to shop then and there, get a quote and move around more seamlessly.
In what was deemed 2015’s largest legal battle, the animation community filed a class-action lawsuit against DreamWorks alleging wage theft and unfair competition – and the studio is now prepared to reach a settlement.
Hollywood has lovingly told us spies live in a high-tech, guns-blazing world filled with an incredible amount of car chases. But there are plenty of management lessons business leaders can learn from spies – apart from the gleaned 007 tips of buy a fancy car and suit.
“Tired of the fog? Try the frogs! Choose Paris La Defense,” a new French campaign will say in its endeavour to attract British talent.
Brexit doesn’t seem to be dampening venture capital appetite, as Venture Pulse unveiled that the number and value
of deals increased in Q3 2016.
Despite research showing investment banks are putting money into tackling staff wellbeing, just 18 per cent of employees say firms have a positive attitude to mental health issues – and thus regard it as a taboo topic.
You’ll be a leader only in title if you have no belief in yourself. But with celebrities knowing what it’s like to be knocked down a peg, we rounded up their best advice to help you gain confidence.
Have you ever wondered what it would take for your firm’s reputation to nosedive without you ever doing anything? Here’s a hint: steer clear of the creepy clowns phenomenon.
That UK business leaders encounter much condemnation over staff wellbeing is no secret – research about our unhealthy lifestyle gets dredged up almost every day. But as another report hits the internet, what exactly has Britain been criticised for in the first place?
The social economy is on the rise, and YouGov revealed how the nation believes it’s all because companies have started getting a bit greedier.
Business leaders are worried about the UK’s skills gap. It’s nothing new – the debate on why we can’t seem to close the gap is almost as old as the dreaded productivity puzzle. But our obsession with education could be one of the catalysts.