Celebrity tv chef Nigella Lawson has opted for tough love over trust funds after announcing that her children won’t be seeing a penny of the £110m fortune she shares with her hubby, marketing guru Charles Saatchi.
Chris Rhodes, group FD of Alliance & Leicester, has become acting CEO of the UK bank.
Karim Naffah has resigned as FD of Mitchells & Butlers.
The seemingly-painless implementation of the much-feared Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) on 1 November last year appears to have been met with relief by some in the financial services industry.
The idea for Richard Atherton’s entertainment business Bonobo Presents came from an unlikely source.
It’s interesting that Prime Minister Gordon Brown has picked a supersized US burger-flipping chain that’s slap bang in the centre of the obesity row to improve Britain’s education system.
Douglas Urch has been appointed CFO and vice-president of finance at Bankers Petroleum.
HQUK founder Henry Goldenberg doesn’t understand why some businesses approach their online development differently to the development of a shop premises.
House prices are falling. The credit crunch has struck the UK. Anyone over 40 is likely to get depressed. The French have lost £4bn. But at least one UK business has good news for us.
Creating a committed workforce is important to Premium Appliance Brands co-founder Guy Weaver. That’s why he communicates freely with his employees.
If you’re squeamish, look away now. Nexus manufactures G-spot massagers. Here’s how the London-based company created a buzz in a narrow market.
Greenergy sold four billion litres of fuel last year. The London-based biofuel firm grew a whopping 200 per cent in 2007, turning over £1.5bn.