It’s the biggest single day of industrial unrest since the Winter of Discontent and it’s doing huge damage to the fabric of the UK economy.
Nearly a quarter of investors believe private equity has become more attractive against the backdrop of recent volatile financial markets.
Osborne has announced a new scheme for relief on investments in startup companies. How will the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme work?
The Office Group’s Olly Olsen on being a pro sportsman, Vespas and his best source of business advice.
The government has granted small privately-backed businesses a welcome reprieve in its autumn statement by scrapping the investment cap for VCTs.
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Britain should partner with emerging economies and promote its outstanding life sciences industry to pull itself out of the economic quagmire, argues George Freeman MP, the entrepreneurs’ man in Parliament.
Everyman Legal is preparing to list on Sharemark, a stock market for smaller companies. This week, founder James Hunt gets to work on his five-year financial projection.
Stuart Burns, founder of flooring company Dura Composites, on BMWs, seven-hour paper rounds and going global.
The last of the four ingredients to winning business through networking is social capital. Heather Townsend explains why it’s so important.
Expect M&A activity from China to become the new normal, says Simon Bevan.
Whether you’re rocking Windows 7, iOS, BlackBerry or Android, there’s a host of great smartphone apps to help your business run more smoothly, read on for some of the best available.