The latest BRC-KPMG Retail Sales Monitor shows that online sales are at their highest since December 2012, and retail sales also are rising.
No matter what sector you operate in, premises are often vital and a significant expense for a business. It is therefore essential that choosing and managing this property arrangement is done carefully, with forward planning to ensure you don’t lose money or time.
As the famous George Bernard Shaw phrase goes, success can cover a multitude of blunders, but if there’s a choice, not making them in the first place is always the better option.
Google sent tech fans into a flutter when it launched its first driverless vehicles. But unmanned ships aren't far behind, according to EU maritime project.
After a poll on sunday found the Scottish pro-independence camp in the lead, the Government and the no campaign has been scrambling to convince voters north of the border to stick with the union.
Small manufacturers in England are set to focus on the domestic market as the UK's economy climbs out of depression, it was revealed today.
Yesterday, Twitter announced it will test a new 'buy' button on a selected number of users' feeds and with a small number of partner companies.
The latest BDO Optimism Index highlights that businesses confidence has fallen for the first time in six months and indicates that world events are bringing the bullish streak to an end.
The term commerce applies to simple exchanges of money and goods, buying and selling, but also much more. Real commerce is what people do with each other every day. It includes the complex ways in which individuals, organisations, and societies communicate and deal with one another, and the ways in which complex interactions adapt and change over time.
A Labour Government elected next year would scrap the coalition's reforms to the tribunal system, shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna announced yesterday.