The UK tourism market is set for a scorching year ahead, as locals and overseas visitors plan to make the most of British hospitality and leisure.
Babylon, a British digital healthcare service, has raised a $60m investment that will go towards the integration of artificial intelligence (AI).
Real Business takes a brief look at how Making Tax Digital came to be – and why such a “revolutionary” scheme was scrapped from the Finance Bill.
Cable.co.uk has long been receiving complaints from people in new-build homes. Guess what? Their broadband is either too slow or not there at all.
Card spending in the UK has spiked by over a quarter in just two years, positioning Britain as the home of online shopping.
International Airlines Group (IAG), the owner of British Airways, has invested in two tech startups as part of its accelerator programme.
If a member of staff fails to live up to your dress code expectations, you’re legally entitled to dismiss him/her. Sometimes, however, it’s tricky to pinpoint if your demands are reasonable. If not, you could find yourself in a court battle, as was the case when Nicola Thorp was fired for refusing to wear high heels.
What makes a good broadband provider? Is it the customer service, the cheaper than average price or the enviable speed it has to offer? A Which? survey sought to uncover the answer – and came away with a ranking of the best and worst suppliers.
The CIPD has reported that we are “sleepwalking into a low-value, low-skills economy post-Brexit”. Simply put, we don’t have the right skills and it’s produced quite a gap between the UK and other countries.
London pop-up retail space provider Appear Here has expanded into the US with a New York City office, building on collaborations with global names including Kanye West and Nike.
Pfizer has opened a Healthcare Hub in London as the pharmaceutical giant looks to help growing British healthtech companies achieve scale with access to the likes of the NHS.
Following the news that Agent Provocateur went into administration, with an immediate “pre-pack” sale of the business and assets to a buyer backed by Mike Ashley, it has emerged that unsecured creditors are likely to receive 2.9 pence for every pound they are owed.