Taxcafe’s managing director Nick Braun reveals three ways entrepreneurs could have saved money in the downturn. Get ready to kick yourself.
The official report into the collapse of Britain’s last indigenous car maker, MG Rover, has been published today. "After four years of delay and an eye-watering £16m of taxpayers’ money, the lid has finally been lifted on the murky circumstances surrounding MG Rover’s demise," comments Liberal Democrat shadow business secretary, John Thurso.
The man who brought us catwalk fashion for bargain basement prices – Arthur Ryan – is stepping down as CEO of Primark, which he founded in 1969.
Under-siege communications firm Spinvox is reportedly for sale, according to a note from one of its investors.
Daisy Communications founder Matthew Riley says the government needs to do far more to support small businesses: "I started my telecoms business eight years ago and I employ 380 people, and yet I haven’t had a single pound of help from the Labour Party."