Gadgets are a great way for entrepreneurs to stay connected – and play – thus news of a $15,000 smartphone on the market lead of weekly list of top ten articles, followed by a look at the strange public holidays – which include Melon Day.
By now, Londoners will have made their way to the nearest community centre, school or council office, temporarily transformed into a polling station, to cast their vote for the next London mayor. But who will become Boris Johnson’s replacement?
With the London mayor election taking place on 5 May 2016, we’ve written a round-up of six of the 12 most popular candidates to break down exactly who they are and what businesses should expect to happen if they win.
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Harnessing stand-up comedy taught me the art of crafting a successful pitch: devising a story that the listener can emotionally relate to.
A tale of pride and prejudice has led our top ten articles this week, as entrepreneur Alfie Best told us of the hurdles he faced as a gypsy building up a £200m enterprise, while readers were also keen to read about Tottenham Hotspur shares and daredevil bosses.
For centuries Britain has been a powerful trading nation with a dynamic economy at the centre of European and world affairs. That’s how we became the strong, proud, prosperous country we are today.
As part of our Business Class section, we’ve spoken with serial entrepreneur Alfie Best, a man who revealed his Romany gypsy upbringing saw him faced with hurdles and stereotypes – a problem he turned into profit by using enterprise to unlock the high-life.
Picking up a copy of of the Evening Standard last week, I was dismayed to stumble across its “Confession from the City” section – I thought this kind of dross had ended with Cityboy’s column in The London Paper.
Australians are renowned for being a relaxed race, whose primary interests include drinking beers and barbecuing prawns – so perhaps it’s no surprise that a bunch of University of Melbourne academics have concluded that over 40s shouldn’t work more than three days a week.
In a bid to encourage healthy lifestyles and creativity among youngsters, Dragons’ Den entrepreneur Levi Roots has helmed a cooking crusade this will result in a tie-up with superhero-fused event MCM London Comic Con.
Each Friday we bring you the week’s top ten most read stories from Real Business, and today’s rundown includes leadership wisdom from the Queen to mark her 90th birthday, the fashion brands that have caught the attention of private equity firms and more.
Having outlined policy effectively meaning academics and scientists who had received public funding would not be able to voice comments relating to current affairs, Jo Johnson has revealed an embarrassing u-turn.