Five amazing entrepreneurial women tell their stories.
On the day Heather Mills (just divorced from Paul McCartney) tells us that £35,000 a year isn’t enough for four-year-old daughter Beatrice, Dragons’ Den entrepreneur Peter Jones reveals how he’ll be handling his kids’ inheritance.
It’s one of the most infamous divorce cases in pop history. How can you avoid repeating their mistakes in the board room?
Thought coffin makers couldn’t think outside the box? From giant ballet shoes to oversized beer mugs, here’s how a small family firm has shaken up the entire industry with its whacky casket designs.
Entrepreneur Edward Perry, co-founder and CEO of Cook, rules out one route to market for his upmarket ready meals.
Mick McAleese set up Sliderobes, selling made-to-fit home improvement furnishings, in Dublin in the midst of the recession in 1983. But battling through the tough times has helped the Irish entrepreneur slicken his business plan – and build a £15m business.
Where would you least like to be today?
Calling all petrolheads. Clive Sutton visits the Geneva Motor Show and brings back the hottest gossip, news and insider info on this season’s must-have motors
Amidst the general all-round grumbling over this year’s “boring Budget”, there’s one area of the economy that looks set to benefit from Darling’s latest announcements – that of Islamic finance.
The Budget, a new "academy" for enterprise, it was quite a week for Britain’s entrepreneurs. But two other stories stood out for me.
A couple of years back, RB featured a little known social network, Blog Early, Blog Often (Bebo). Yesterday, founders Michael and Xochi Birch made a killing from an all-cash deal with AOL.
Networking is an invaluable tool for any budding entrepreneur. Frustrated by the lack of support, Heather Wilkinson took the bull by the horns and founded business network Striding Out.