Being an aristocrat’s crony is your ticket to a job in Cabinet. So how do plebs like us get a look-in?
Breaking the bad news, cash control and bunny outfits
Shadow minister for business and enterprise Mark Prisk flies into the US of A today with a team of 20 British techies. His mission? To help the budding entrepreneurs tap into the Silicon Valley network and pitch to local investors.
Small businesses are chucking £100m down the drain each year on consultancy advice – which they could have got for free online.
A new development programme for sports-related businesses and social enterprises is to be established by Wolverhampton Wanderers and the University of Wolverhampton.
How ex-prisoners can turn into star employees.
The finance directors in the running for awards at the Real Business/CBI FDs’ Excellence Awards: 2009 have been announced.
Avoid jargon, technical language, idioms and acronyms if you’re making a presentation abroad, advises The Influence Business managing director Jack Downton.
I was torn between delight and dismay when I stumbled across PhantomAlert.com, the service that warns drivers about the location of speed cameras.
They’re not yet green, and they’re not even yet shoots, but one economist risks his reputation and reckons we’re at the bottom…
Today’s struggling start-ups may be tomorrow’s boom-time success stories. Cut them a little slack.
Peer-to-peer music streaming site Spotify has chosen iTunes’ biggest rival 7digital as its commercial download partner.