Further to popular demand, this week we’re devoting a whole section of our jokes blog to our hapless prime minister, Gordon Brown.
Entrepreneur Rik Hellewell, owner of professional oven-valeting firm Ovenu, has slammed the recent Oven Pride television advert, claiming it could put homeowners at “serious risk of injury”.
The web version of Dragons’ Den is being moved to television, according to online Dragon Julie Meyer.
Hot off the press: The new UK Franchise Directory reveals the vital statistics on franchise businesses across the country. Despite the downturn, nine out of ten franchises are turning a profit.
When Stelios isn’t embroiled in boardroom battles or plotting to launch EasyGroceries, he’s supporting the start-ups of disabled entrepreneurs.
As the announcements roll in that health secretary Alan Johnson is replacing Jacqui Smith as home secretary and defence secretary John Hutton is leaving government, rumours are flying that Sir Alan Sugar has been asked to be the PM’s business and enterprise tsar.
Entrepreneurs are continuing to write in to Real Business about Sir Alan’s potential appointment as a government adviser. Check out some of the vicious reactions.
It might make Timpo’s cobblers more productive, but can everyone enjoy the “bonus buzz”?
Every action has a consequence. How will today’s decisions affect your business tomorrow?
Will the ill wind that’s blowing leave your business vulnerable, or expose its sturdy foundations?
MPs are adding sash windows and guest loos to their second homes. And we’re footing the bill.
Hot lunch, sacking your son-in-law and starting out on the speaker circuit