Negotiations continue with our possible new sales person. They are desperate to work early shifts and leave way before the end of the working day to fit in with their children.
The all new BlackBerry Curve 8520 was released with great fanfare yesterday. But is it really an improvement on the old BlackBerry Curve model? How does it compare to the ubiquitous iPhone? Real Business is on a mission to find out.
Good old Stelios. In November 2008, the EasyJet founder came to blows with his board over the future of his airline. Stelios wanted to slow growth to cope with recession while chairman, Sir Colin Chandler, demanded aggressive expansion. Needless to say, Stelios has won the debate.
Make Your Mark is calling all entrepreneurs to take part in their Village SOS campaign. The aim? To find individuals "with the skills and passion to help transform rural Britain". Have you got what it takes to boost bucolic business bliss?
Chancellor Alistair Darling has threatened the country’s biggest banks with a competition inquiry unless they increase lending to small businesses and entrepreneurs. About time, too.
It’s a brilliant PR stunt cum animal rights campaign. In a dramatic illustration of shark finning, former Lush employee and performance artist Alice Newstead has been piercing her skin with shark hooks and suspending herself from the ceiling of Lush stores. Her first stop was London’s Regent Street. A few weeks ago, it was Paris. Next up, New York.
Internet music service Spotify has created an iPhone app, which will allow people to listen to millions of songs from their phones. But is Apple likely to approve a service that undercuts its iTunes business?