Last week's London Underground strike cost small businesses in the capital £600m – and there could be more on the way.
Deputy PM Nick Clegg today attempted to position his party as a "party of business", urging company leaders to back his plans for the economy.
Find out more about the potential pitfalls businesses can face when failing to provide employees with legally compliant and watertight employment contracts.
Real Business speaks to Davin Nugent, UK MD of Kopparberg, to find out how the cider company disrupted the UK drinks market in the face of massive competition.
Branding, advertising and marketing are crucial to the modern business and a recent experiment has revealed that no creature advertises itself better than the peacock.
It’s a PR truism that good reputation is hard to win and easy to lose – one which the UK utilities and banking sectors will be painfully aware of. But can sectors with a bad reputation reinvent themselves
James Caan is now accepting applications for the Recruitment Entrepreneur of 2014.
Thousands of entrepreneurs are still resorting to credit cards and personal financing to fund their businesses, new research reveals.
Companies like BMW, Alessi and Apple use design to differentiate their products, but design is not just for luxury goods and elite products.
People off sick for more than four weeks are to be offered advice to get them back to work under a new Health and Work Service scheme set up by the government.
The separation between public service procurement and the private sector is at an all-time high, says David Cliff.
To steal an analogy from the world of football – and to get it out of the way at the start – a manager shouldn’t always pick his best player to be the captain of the team.