At a time when interest rates are set at half a percentage point above the base rate, it seems bizarre that thousands of businesses are suffering from a policy that hedged against interest levels soaring.
Chief executive officers are expected to be replaced within five years, and the position is more fragile the larger the company. Is business on top management level becoming even more ruthless?
Using social media to communicate with customers can be risky, but if you use it right the benefits are worth it. Set these social media policies in place and you'll have nothing to fear.
A clutch of mid-sized UK engineering businesses are making an impact on the world stage. Time to celebrate them, and learn from their successes.
The Beecroft report fails to see that running a small business in Britain today means having your back against the wall, says Jan Cavelle.
Do the risks outweigh the benefits? Not if you do it right, says Kate Craig-Wood.
Andy Yates, entrepreneur and director of Huddlebuy.co.uk gives Real Business readers regular top money saving tips to help business owners save thousands of pounds.
In the run-up to the Entrepreneurs' Summit, Dr Neil Murray tells us how to disrupt the dogmas of the pharmaceutical industry.
With continuing economic woes, it’s time for George Osborne to take a leaf out of Apple’s book and release an update to his ‘Recession Operating System’ to create Plan A.1.
Businesses in the UK have an increasingly optimistic economic outlook, despite us re-entering recession, a new study reveals.
Lord Young's new government initiative to encourage young people into business ownership starts today. Michael Hayman gives us an overview of what that means for business.
We need to drive innovation and wealth creation in the UK to stay competitive: Mike Norfield makes the case for a change of government policy for R&D.