Dire warning for the UK economy: a fifth of entrepreneurs earning more than £150,000 are planning to flee Britain in search of countries with more favourable tax rates, according to research from specialist business advisers Tenon.
The Royal Mail strikes may be over for now but the root problems still remain. Turnaround expert Anthony Holmes has a rather unusual solution to the current stand off between management and the CWU.
BLi Education founder Andrew Foyle runs a portfolio of companies in the education sector. Here’s why he’s sitting pretty, despite the recession.
Secret Millionaire star Dominic List relied on a combination of credit cards, a small loan from his father and the proceeds from the sale of his car to get his telecoms company Comtact off the ground. Here are his ten tips on starting your business on a shoestring budget.
Another entrepreneur steps forward to take a swipe at Lord Sugar. This time, it’s Julie Meyer, CEO of Ariadne Capital, founder of Entrepreneur Country and an investor on the BBC’s online Dragons’ Den. "Lord Sugar has forgotten the lessons of his early years as an entrepreneur," she says.
Secret Millionaire star and Pimlico Plumber founder Charlie Mullins is embroiled in a ferocious legal battle with rival plumbing firm called Service Corps. He’s just obtained a court order to have their computers forensically examined to obtain evidence. Intrigued? Read on.
Last month, you will have torn open a letter informing you about the new rating valuation of your business property. The bad news: it was calculated on a hypothetical rental value in April 2008 (before the crunch and when values were at their peak). Good news: there are ways to prevent the new rates strangling your business.