James Dyson has warned David Cameron that British companies’ futures are being jeopardised by China’s lax intellectual property regime.
You’re about to go on a “first date” with a PR agency. Do you really know what you’re letting yourself in for?
David Cameron and the Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao are holding an Anglo-Chinese summit at Downing Street today to boost bilateral trade.
Work more than 40 hours a week? Be warned: you’re a likely candidate for “burnout syndrome”.
Private equity buyouts slowed down in the first half of 2011, reaching a total of Â£5.7bn so far this year.
Enterprise Minister Mark Prisk is asking entrepreneurs to “blow the whistle” on “inconsistent and over-zealous enforcement” of rules and regulations.
Malcolm Walker, the founder of frozen food business Iceland, is taking steps towards buying back control of the company.
With my low opinion of the City folk (the “crooks in suits”), I canât help being attracted to Nick Cleggâs idea of issuing shares in our privatised banks to the public. But, as it stands, the plan won’t work.