This year’s Enterprise Week boasts an A-list catalogue of ambassadors. Peter Jones, Martha Lane Fox, Jacqueline Gold and Michelle Mone will all be dispensing invaluable advice during the week.
Was today’s global interest rates cut “one of the big, pivotal moments for the economy”?
The government has unveiled details of a rescue package of up to £50bn, designed to free up the UK banking system and get banks lending to each other again.
It’s not just Mini sales that are suffering. Clive Sutton, who has been in the motor trade for more than 25 years, says sales at his St John’s Wood-based dealership have nosedived by 50 per cent.
Speech technology company Phonetic Arts will use its first round of funding from IQ Capital to continue to develop its products and increase market share.
New consumer credit act changes. Escalating fuel charges. Congestion and emission charges. The general economic downturn. Is there any respite for the motorist?
The financial markets are in turmoil. It’s the worst banking crisis since the 1930’s. A cloud of doom hangs over our fair nation. But some people still have the balls to have a little joke about it all.
The Bank of England has cut its interest rate by 0.5 percentage points to 4.5 per cent after a special meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee.