Artin Afsharjavan will be the envy of all his mates if he pulls this one off.
Hot Tuna wanted to have a presence in the Middle East but CFO Ange Hicks says it didn’t have enough resources. So, the surf apparel company appointed a distributor.
Kevin Keegan’s return as manager of Newcastle is a spectacular comeback. In business, there have been several others. But should they happen?
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As the only female judge on the phenomenally successful Dragons’ Den tv show, Deborah Meaden has been voted the dragon that aspiring entrepreneurs in London would least like to pitch their business idea to.
Doug Webb has announced his intention to resign as CFO of QinetiQ Group to take up the position of CFO at the London Stock Exchange.
Douglas Wilkie has made an artform out of selling clothes to the mature woman. His family’s chain of Wilkies department stores has been courting this core market since 1898. It’s no surprise the man knows his onions.
Since taking over London Duck Tours, managing director John Bigos has doubled turnover and yanked the company back into the black. How? First off, he culled 50 per cent of the staff.
We’ve all heard of small companies taking on the big boys, but when the £8m-turnover Tangent Communications bid for a company with a turnover 50 times its own, it seemed the digital marketing firm had gone a step too far. But Tangent is clearly a company set for big things.
Communication with your finance team is no doubt harder when members are spread around the globe, although AES Engineering FD Neil MacDonald doesn’t seem to mind.
Exradia CEO David Schick is faced with a dilemma: how should the company spend its budget to promote Angel, a battery that neutralises the potentially harmful effects of mobile phone radiation?
Why do so many companies continue alienating us with their intelligence-insulting television commercials?