The car industry is calling on the government to bail it out with statistics showing new car sales in March dropped dramatically.
Small business owners should be wary of slipping on a legal banana skin this week as key changes to employment law come into force.
Six car bombs. More than 30 people killed. While violence ripped through Baghdad yesterday, Peter Mandelson told British businesses: “It’s safe to invest here”.
UK businesses are being warned to pay attention to data protection as when the economy goes down, the number of security risks to a company traditionally goes up.
Almost half of French people believe it is acceptable for workers facing layoffs to lock up their bosses, according to an opinion poll published this week.
Today’s tips: network during the breaking of fast; reflect during Ramadan; and take advantage of the tax break. (Read yesterday’s tips here.)
Small businesses are the trend-setters, the niche-carvers, the eco-pioneers. But now big businesses are taking unprecedented risks too. Take the new PUMA. Is it a triumph of science? Or another corporate screw up?
Kathrine Branton loved the Time For You business franchise she worked in so much, she bought it when it became available.
Which phrase best describes the early sightings of an upturn?
Innocent Drinks founders Richard Reed, Adam Balon and Jon Wright should be applauded for their deal with Coca-Cola, says one of UK’s leading ethical entrepreneurs.
Sales have really had a massive upswing now, gaining every week since the new brochure came out end of January with last week back to the giddy heights of this time last year.
Jonathan Hick, serial entrepreneur and founder of The Directorbank Group, is the Secret Millionaire appearing on our screens this Easter Sunday.