Great article in The Times on how to make it through when the auditors come to town. Whether you’ve got an unblemished record or your accounts are riddled with holes, this is for you.
Dog boarded out. Wish I was too! Builders have gutted home – floors ripped up, plaster off walls, kitchen yanked out… Wander around house at 3.30am falling over tools and tiles respectively.
Robbing the poor to feed the fat cats. Supper Club founder Duncan Cheatle calls the government on its reverse Robin Hood policies, explains how his private members club is battling through the recession and reveals why Barbados is a great place to start a business.
Tristram Mayhew of high-wire adventure firm Go Ape! tells us about his eureka moment.
While scoping out the LA scene, Crowe stumbles across a fitness business with muscle. Could this be the investment he’s been waiting for?
Every three months, CIMA contacts its 600 members to find out how their businesses are faring and the level of optimism in British enterprise. This time round, the results were surprising, says CIMA director Ray Perry.
As the cost of unemployment reaches nearly £350bn and the number of households with no-one in work hits a ten-year high, Britain’s small businesses fight to retain their staff and stave off redundancies.
Our venture capitalist hits Hollywood and discovers a great new business.
Arsene Wenger, Archie Norman, David Moyes, Gianfranco Zola and BA chairman were just some of the speakers at the inaugural Real Business/League Managers Association Annual Management Conference, bringing together football and business management. Here are the highlights.