I have always considered myself something of a maverick and if asked I would state that I was anti-bureaucracy. There is a great deal of anti-bureaucratic thinking around. It has been a popular political spin for many years now and increasingly we hear it in the business world.
Leveraging the influence of “Power Couples”, Oslo Innovation Week 2016 has kicked off with an official opening from the Crown Prince and Princess of Norway.
This week, as the pound has rocketed even lower, we experienced a strange side-effect of Brexit that I don’t think anybody predicted back in June – Marmite has become slightly more difficult to get hold of.
The head of employment and skills for the IOD, Seamus Nevin, has declared that those voting on Brexit because of immigration failed to see how the resulting policies would hinder economic progress. No prizes for guessing which way he voted.
The man first in line to the British throne has spread his entrepreneurial wings by opening a new new enterprise in Scotland, with Prince Charles saying it is in response to the “disastrous floods” seen in the area.
A study of professionals globally has revealed that job satisfaction varies largely, depending on the sector, country and company size in which employees work.
A look at the five things UK business leaders can can learn from the style of the US presidential TV debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
The night tube has been hailed as the saviour of London’s night-time economy, and this week sees the launch of the Jubilee Line night tube. Can businesses from Stanmore to Stratford expect to benefit?
At a Conservative conference, prime minister Theresa May laid out her vision for change – and she has her mind bent on building a nation rooted in fairness and opportunity.
We’re into the fourth quarter of the year, and the newest editions to the Real Business website is our September 2016 economic statistics feature.
A comprehensive study by online estate agent Zoopla has revealed over 660,000 Brits are in possession of the title “millionaire” thanks to the value of their property, with the numbers revealed in an infographic.
The benefit of living in a democracy is that everyone has a voice. Whatever your position on the EU, the recent referendum proved the power of having the vote.