Digital design; hotels; IT training; biofuels and informatics for the pharmaceutical industry. The Company of the Year shortlist shows that UK companies can be world leaders in the most cutting-edge and global industries.
UK business leaders and hundreds of SMEs based in Norfolk anxiously await the “knife-edged” decision on whether the constantly bottlenecked A11 road to the region will be allowed its long-awaited dualling.
The introduction of new employment legislation could stifle growth and hurt Britain’s economic recovery, the British Chambers of Commerce warns.
As the 24-hour walk-out by Tube workers hits the city’s major transport arteries and causes disruption across the capital, the CBI has called for tougher anti-strike laws.
Smaller private equity buyouts grew 25 per cent in the three months to September, up to £600m. Is this the sign of a new-found confidence amongst Britain’s growing businesses?
This Wednesday – and for the next however-many-weeks – millions of people will be glued to their TV sets to watch Lord Sugar’s The Apprentice. But I won’t be one of them.
Giving valuable feedback to your staff can help your business, but it’s important to strike the right note when criticising. Follow these 11 tips to giving criticism without giving offence.