News that Cambridge technology darling ARM is being bought by a Japanese corporate for somewhere around £25bn leaves us with precious few businesses which have the potential to bully the likes of Apple, Amazon and Alphabet.
There is little doubt that the launch of the new All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Entrepreneurship will mark a significant and welcome shift in political knowledge about entrepreneurial issues.
Real Business columnist Charlie Mullins praises former prime minister David Cameron for turning the economy around – and explains how replacement Theresa May has already shown she will further help Britain prosper.
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Entrepreneur and influencer Barry James makes a visceral and calculated case for Britain now being at it's most exciting point in history – rather than languishing in post-Brexit doom and being dogged by never before seen political upheaval.
What separates a good sales team from a great one? According to Real Business columnist Jan Cavelle, it's the ability to cope during tough times.
With advice from HubSpot’s Brian Halligan, I’ve covered the essential steps to cultivating strong relationships with employees, customers and candidates, unlocking the the power of internal brand culture.
Following the nation’s decision to leave the European Union, Conservative party leader and prime minister David Cameron announced his resignation, which has resulted in home secretary Theresa May named the replacement.
There are numerous examples of banking Trojans from Dridex to Lurk, Kronos, Gootkit, Vawtrak, and Zeus and they continue to claim millions of victims despite the clear message to avoid opening suspicious files. So what can be done?
Mark Carney needs no introduction – it seems wherever there is a podium, camera, or journalist there he is. So it comes as no surprise that the lure of the referendum and its result has proven irresistible to his natural tendency to speak out.
While certain politicians, football managers and TV motoring show presenters have found themselves on unexpected and somewhat enforced holidays, UK entrepreneurs still seem to be wrestling over the decision to take a break this year.
Brace yourself: the millennials are coming. This generation is set to shake up the rules of the workplace. Their career aspirations, their attitudes about work, and their knowledge of new technologies, are expected to define the culture of the 21st century business.
Looking forward, the fog continues to be thick, and the variables many. But we are beginning to discern some critical issues and maybe even trends.