Financial markets reacted with shock as US offers website Groupon reported huge losses. But British entrepreneurs have painted a mixed picture of the multiple billion-dollar company and its viability as a blue chip business.
Recipe for retail 2011: take an excess of bricks and mortar, stir in upward-only rent reviews, add a splurge of suicidal discounting and drizzle with debt. The result? Disaster on a grand scale.
To celebrate National Apprenticeship Week, we asked British entrepreneurs how they thought apprenticeships contributed to the economy and whether the current controversy over internships had damaged the reputation of workplace schemes.
If you're after a sleek, lightweight tablet, Toshiba's AT200 – launched at the end of last year – is the world's thinnest and lightest 10.1-inch tablet.
As the Business Growth Fund announces its first Midlands investment in GCI Telecom Group, we analyse how useful the &pound;2.5bn war chest really is.
Companies quoted on PLUS are being offered free admission to the Sharemark trading platform following news that the share market operator is putting itself up for sale.
To improve our working capital, I'm thinking about banning cheques in all our stores – they only add to the delay with payment. Have you done this? And if not, why not?
Controversy surrounds the changes to the planned auto-enrolment of workers into pension schemes. (Sponsored)