So farewell, then, Suralun. Despite its laughably inaccurate portrayal of the business world, the Apprentice has long been gripping telly. But last night’s show surely marked the moment when hubris sparked off its ultimate decline.
Alex Hoye set up GoIndustry in 1999, turned it into a £52m industrial auction website, then took it public. Now, as the chairman of Seedcamp, he’s using his experience – and money – to help budding young entrepreneurs.
Finance directors should be more involved in making their company car fleet greener because of the cost savings that are involved.
Malcolm Bluemel, visa entrepreneur and avid rock fanatic, has closed the deal on his purchase of rock digital radio station Planet Rock.
Has Sir Alan allowed himself to be duped?
After four years collecting data, Adrian Portlock’s electronics registration service is finally in the “sales cycle”. And Recipero could well be a household name within months.