Mark Hooper has been appointed UK FD of global business process outsourcing company Firstsource Solutions.
Mike Clare, founder of Dreams, is mulling a sale or stockmarket flotation of his bed retailer at a rumoured £200m to £500m.
Mohammed Jiva, the doctor entrepreneur who is behind the trial of the in-supermarket surgery in Sainsbury’s that opens today, says Tesco and Asda weren’t interested in the idea when he approached them.
Smartbunker managing director Kelly Smith always thought an ex-nuclear bunker would make a great data centre so when one of NATO’s old sites came on the market, he snapped it up.
Sick of being exploited by "outrageous" mobile phone charges while abroad, entrepreneur Sherry Madera set up VoIP-based AwayPhone to cut business travellers’ bills by 90 per cent.
Entrepreneur Carol Latham has a response to businesspeople who complain of poorly educated workers: educate and train them yourselves.
Sergei Kuznetsov has been appointed CFO of steel producer OAO Severstal.
Ten Lifestyle Management founder Alex Cheatle argues that having many shareholders is less work than answering to one or two large venture capitalists.
Most of you would agree that the role of the finance director has evolved to become more strategic.
Paul Raymond, best known for Raymond’s Revue Bar and porn magazines such as Mayfair, died yesterday, aged 82, leaving a pornography empire worth an estimated £650m.
I’m sure this comes as no surprise to Richard Branson but a new poll from Opinium Research has named the British entrepreneur as a more popular role model for children than Jesus.
UK immigration laws have undergone a complete overhaul and a strict points-based system will now determine which foreigners get the green light to work here.