Founded in 1899, German appliances giant Miele now turns over more than £2.5bn annually – and is still fully owned and run by its two founding families.
Only four per cent of SMEs rated themselves as ‘highly inspired’ and approximately one in ten said they were not inspired at all, according to an Epicor survey.
There are a wide variety of reasons why mergers and acquisitions fail: flawed intentions behind the merger, deals done with highly rated stock, a fear to acquire before being acquired, gaps in the due diligence or cultural and team challenges.
Wolverhampton Wonderers saw the funny side to a fan's complaint after he received a replica shirt with the logo printed upside down.
Co-CEO Charlie Green believes "there is a real gap in the market to create design-led spaces that engage employees." Will this make The Office Group a potential market leader by 2020?
Your suppliers could hold the key to better performance this year – it's time to start thinking differently.
Changes to tax legislation could see commercial property purchasers losing their right to fixtures allowances from April 2014 if they don’t comply with new rules.
Powerful entrepreneurs – including Bill Gates, Peter Jones and Richard Branson – have business failures in their past but, asks Sandra Mundy, has this made them more business savvy and been a significant influence on subsequent successes?
The majority of the UK's fastest growing technology companies are still failing to use social media channels to their full advantage, despite 64 per cent of businesses having an active LinkedIn news feed, according to new research.
More than 20,000 new apprenticeships have been pledged by employers including Lloyds Banking Group, EE, Mitchells & Butlers and Starbucks, as part of National Apprenticeship Week.
In July 2013, an alarming survey commissioned by the British Medical Journal Quality and Safety showed that NHS nurses are being forced to ration care because they do not have enough time to look after patients. Along with other surveys commissioned by various health bodies, it echoed that the financial strain on the NHS is resulting in poor patient care.
The UK's financial services sector could add £62bn to annual economic output by 2020, according to new research.