Currently planning to purchase a spot in the US that can accommodate your business class lifestyle? Perhaps you want to channel your inner pop star? Well, it just so happens that Robbie Williams has listed his Beverly Hills abode for sale – you might want to, ahem, take that.
Britain has earnt its place as the recognised world capital for fintech, with more than half of 2015's European venture capital investments in fintech going to London firms – amounting to a record £343m. But that could change on 23 June.
Atanas Kiryakov, founder and CEO of Ontotext, discusses social media’s role in the EU referendum and how recent data sheds light on the upcoming vote
While big corporate bosses from the business world found their way onto the Queen’s Birthday Honours list, it largely saluted the success of the SME space – and the entrepreneurs shaking the more traditional industries.
Disillusion, deceit, discontent, dishonour, disgrace, mixed with vanity and greed, is the lethal potion that brings all empires down – the oxymoron that is the EU is rotting away. The time has more than come for us to leave and cut our losses, before we are economically and politically drowned in its sea of strife.
On 6 June The Entrepreneurs Network will launch the new All Party Parliamentary Group for Entrepreneurship in the House of Commons, alongside secretary of state for business, innovation and skills, Sajid Javid. Here's how it aims to impact UK businesses.
We get it. You’ve got a brilliant idea you know could be huge if only you could land it in the right people's laps. So what do you do? You network. The following guide will help you do it so well you’ll never have to do it again.
While Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley was right when he said he's not Father Christmas, or anything remotely similar, his comments about accountability in a big company will resonate with a business leader or two.
A few years after the financial crisis and recovery still seems bleak in some parts of the world – with the increasing amount of debt sparking concerns of yet another market crash. But if this is the standard formula for a financial crisis, as history suggests, then why are we caught off guard each time?
A 29-hour pitching marathon organised by Virgin Media Business as part of its £1m business challenge VOOM has been successfully completed, which has resulted in the company securing a Guinness World Record for the longest business pitch marathon.
Friday has landed, so we’ve got our weekly rundown of the ten most-read stories, which include details on how a worker was sent home from the office for not donning a set of high heels, as well as concern over the education system and a profile on the architect working with royalty.
Jeremy Corbyn has recently joined a range of European politicians in doubting the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) – and has vowed to put a stop to it.