Charles Dunstone founded Carphone Warehouse with Ross back in 1989. But while Dunstone stayed on the straight and narrow, Ross chose the path of wine, women and poitics. But now it seems the party’s over.
Even the best business minds get a few things wrong sometimes, according to a story in the Telegraph.
Caxton FX chief executive Rupert Lee-Browne doesn’t pay any of his account managers commission because it means his customers get a better service.
Real Business has long lamented the absence of entrepreneurial experience in the corridors of power. Now we’ve unearthed an exception…
Raising new private equity is difficult at the best of times. In the present economic climate, entrepreneurs are finding it virtually impossible. In a series of three articles, Les Green – private equity adviser to Merchant Securities – discusses ways to improve your chances of securing cash.