Dragons’ Den darling Julia Charles has parted ways with Duncan Bannatyne – one of the dragons who backed her event management company, D4M.
Adam Thomson designs car stereos and flogs them over eBay. In his first month, he sold ten of these handmade gadgets. Today, he’s shifting 1,000 units a month.
Yesterday Sir Michael Bishop – one of the longest-serving leaders in the aviation industry – became £318m richer when he sold his remaining 50 per cent stake in BMI to Lufthansa.
Their explicit comments on BBC Radio 2 sparked a public outcry. Since the prank calls to Fawlty Towers actor Andrew Sachs were aired a fortnight ago, Russell Brand has resigned. Jonathan Ross is suspended indefinitely. But imagine they were your staff…
Democratic contender and soon-to-be US president Barack Obama has just run the most ambitious advertising campaign in American political history. Entrepreneurs, take note of how to trounce your rival.
The news keeps getting worse but the jokes just keep on coming. Here are the latest funnies to grace the RB newsroom.
Gone are the good old Gordon Gekko days. The classic white shirt is back in fashion.
Get your business on the winner’s podium: there’s plenty to learn from the Olympics.
To all you entrepreneurs trying to dodge the taxman by locating yourselves overseas: it ain’t going to work. Reading-born businessman Robert Gaines-Cooper is about to be slapped with a multi-million pound bill after failing to convince judges of his non-domiciled status – despite the fact he hasn’t been based in Britain since the mid-seventies.
Forget greedy energy companies. Regulation-happy bureaucrats are behind soaring oil and gas prices.
Too many people trust statistics when common sense tells them the truth.
Careless talk isn’t cheap. A public rant could cost you your professional integrity.