Although no employer can truly be safe from being sued by an employee, there are certainly ways to reduce the risk of it happening in the first place and, if one does arise, to prevent it from being successful.
An exciting announcement meets an unhappy end: in late 2012 Silicon Roundabout received £50m to build an advanced civic centre. The funding has now been pulled.
Most businesses start life with a small group of highly involved and committed people. Then at some stage we find ourselves with a larger group, and have only gut instinct as to what is going on.
The phrase 'social media' can make brand managers shake, sweat and duck for cover, unfortunately, this article will not help with that problem, but it will offer useful advice.
Today's announcement that MarketInvoice will partner with accounts software provider Xero is likely to be the first of many.
Business insolvencies fell slightly in Q2 of 2014, but personal bankruptcies have seen a significant increase in the latest figures from the Insolvency Service.
Many social networking services, games and other online apps are investigating the possibilities of monetising location data by using 'geofilters' which overlay local brand information on top of user images.
As we enter the digital consumer economy, enterprises are recognising the importance of digital initiatives to their success.
We often look to America as a model of pioneering entrepreneurship – while neglecting the less developed but equally daring countries which make up an increasing number of entrepreneurs in this country.
The conversion of commercial property into residential has caused a fall in the supply of office space, suggests research from the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.
Zoho's Natasha Puri explains that when you want to know what your customers think, the best thing you can do is ask.
Yesterday, business minister Matthew Hancock approved bids by business bodies to review enforcement of regulation in their sectors.