At half the age of the automotive and aerospace industry, and at only a 6.5 per cent share, Britain's space sector is still relatively modest. However, due to its unusual success in times of crisis, the sector has piqued the interest of George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer.
A lack of opportunity and structure is a key hindrance to staff retention, new research suggests.
PG Tips has won an advertising dispute brought by competitor Tetley over the advertising of its pyramid shaped teabags.
Although the office may be quiet over the summer, with various senior staff likely to be on holiday, figures released today suggest that this could be the best time of year to take on new staff – especially graduates.
In recent years there has been a plethora of initiatives aimed at improving business conditions for SMEs. But key to such growth is ensuring that the intellectual property (IP) landscape is both favourable to and better understood by SMEs.
Britain is a nation of "hidden business fleets", according to research today from telematics company Masternaut.
Research conducted by IDG has revealed that UK enterprises are lagging behind the US when it comes to application security programmes.
Recent revelations regarding the online techniques used by UK spy agency, The Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) seem like a plot fresh out of a Bond film. However, the techniques pinpointed highlight serious security flaws in websites used by the majority of employees on your network, every day.
The ongoing speculation concerning who will succeed Marc Bolland as CEO of Marks & Spencer highlights what should be a key priority for any business: good succession planning. When you are busy running a successful business, choosing a successor is unlikely to seem a pressing matter.
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