Friday 1 April 2016 marks April Fools’ Day and two-thirds of Brits are planning to take part in the pranking extravaganza, while 51 per cent will direct their tricks at colleagues. With tomfoolery rife, we’ve got the five top set-ups that are likely in store for you.
From floating duck houses to breast implants, Real Business unveils five of the most outrageous expenses claims from around the world.
Our increasing forgetfulness won't be our downfall, research has suggested. In fact, it may lead us to be more creative instead.
With zero-hours contracts being of great debate in the UK, Real Business took a look at how four countries across the world decided to tackle the global rise of "precarious work".
Job marketplace Glassdoor has revealed the ten toughest interview questions of 2016. They were whittled down from thousands of conundrums posed by British businesses to unwitting candidates – many of whom had some equally unique responses.
While there has been much insight about how companies need to brace for impact when Generation Z hits the workforce, it's been revealed that, actually, firms are already offering what they want – and current perceptions are highly contradictory.
It’s said that knowing your audience is key for business success. For some campaigns, like advertising food, condoms are a great way to grab attention of consumers and get messages across.
As the FBI announces it no longer needs Apple to help break into an iPhone, here are five of the most famous battles between government bodies and businesses, and who won them.
The online reviews market is a lucrative area as today’s savvy consumers are eager to hear feedback from peers before committing to sales. As such, ahead of summer holiday season, we’ve tracked down some of the business disasters that arose from TripAdvisor.
It’s a well-known fact that consumers around the world will pay a hefty premium for British branded goods – but what are the products with the biggest appeal? Real Business did some digging and came up with this list of the most popular British products worldwide by annual export value.
The developers who built your favourite websites aren’t all just 24/7 coding maniacs; they know how to have a little fun, too! And with it being Easter, we've decided to unveil some of the most imaginative online hidden eggs.
We’ve taken a look at how gamification will make wearables and the Internet of Things (IoT) a key part of every business.