It’s long been a trend for British business: outsourcing factory production to places like Eastern Europe, India and – most popularly – China. But anecdotal evidence suggests that some firms could soon be headed home.
Weekly newsletter from business coach informs me that by today, 92 per cent of people will already have given up their New Year Resolutions. Eight per cent will likely succeed. The "losers" should start over and have another January 1 moment.
Here’s a reason to be cheerful if ever there was one: The worst recession in 80 years is coming to an end – so why are economists still miserable?
Bernard Matthews, turkey farmer extraordinaire, inventor of the ‘Twizzler’ and coiner of the catchphrase “bootiful” has announced his retirement at the age of 80 after a lifetime in business.
A significant number of over-50s believe they can still be entrepreneurs after they retire, a survey by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has revealed.