We spoke with Sage CEO Stephen Kelly, who opened up on current developments at the accounting software firm – including where pride and politics fit into the operation.
Citing “the pressures and unknowns” of Brexit as the driver of tough trade, Jamie Oliver will be closing down six of his restaurants. Some have suggested though, that it has more to do with the grub being served.
When it comes to business travel, we’ve all been there – juggling our laptops with our briefcases, or balancing a croissant precariously on our knees, whilst taking a sip of scorching coffee.
With Article 50 and Brexit uncertainty continuing in 2017, the UK’s SMEs have weathered many an economic storm over the past decade.
With 2017 upon us, will Theresa May have the courage to wake the nation from its slumber? It’s a question the City Grump has set out to answer.
These last few months have been mired with uncertainty, so it stands to reason the figures comprising our December 2016 economic statistics roundup reflect it.
It is traditional to enter a new year with business optimism, hope and ambition. However, 2017 has the prospects for being one of the most challenging we’ve faced in recent years.
Joining up with a former member of staff, and now the co-founder of Gandys Flip Flops, got Lee Biggins thinking about the importance of staying connected.
The changing face of the world’s macro-political landscape got Tracy Ebdon-Poole thinking about how leadership needs to be an efficient mechanism.
Ideal for the culture vulture, the Belmond Grand Hibernian is Ireland’s only luxury sleeper train and comes with a curated art collection.
According to fashion business Dappad, eight out of ten men hate to shop, which is where its online personal shopping service can help out when it comes to gifting.
Websites which allow ticket reselling for sold-out events could be made to provide a warning that buyers may not be guaranteed entry – or risk new fines.