Total Mondayism and all of us feeling the strain.
Ah, to move in A-list circles. Kate Middleton, girlfriend of heir-to-the-throne Prince William has been making the most of her social status by collaring Virgin boss Richard Branson for business advice – over a cocktail and a canape.
UK-based sauce company Tracklements started trading in 1970 and claims to be the first company in the UK to introduce wholegrain mustard and to market onion marmalade, herb jellies and Cumberland sauce. But boss Guy Tullberg still refuses to trade with the big multiples.
Gü founders James Averdieck and Mordechai Wosner have put their London-based pudding firm up for sale. Nestlé and Mars are circling the brand, which is expected to go for between £30-40m.
To be successful, an organisation has to be inherently ambitious. Ambitious for success, ambitious for achievement, ambitious for market share, ambitious for recognition and ambitious for profit.
Sterling broke an important psychological barrier this morning as it hit a ten-month high of $1.68 on the back of strong results from the UK banking sector and improved GDP figures from the States.