Figures from Irwin Mitchell suggest that crowdfunding has come a long way since being regarded as just a niche option for funding a business.
When it comes to auto-enrolment, 56 per cent of people find the term confusing and could not say what it related to.
The intellectual property rights case involving handbag company Mia Tui proves that you cannot leave your trademark to chance. Roy Crozier, a partner and intellectual property lawyer with national law firm Clarke Willmott LLP, provides advice on how SMEs can safeguard against any potential action by multi-national companies looking to protect their brands.
As business output picks up, so does the VAT that must be processed and paid. Fortunately, a few simple housekeeping tips can help avoid unnecessary charges.
Richard Branson has set tongues wagging with plans to introduce a policy of unlimited holiday time for employees at Virgin Group headquarters.
Britain's "undervalued and overlooked" mid-sized businesses need support to boost their contribution to the economy, accountancy firm BDO said today.
A new report has found that youth unemployment in January 2014 had fallen from 8.5 per cent to 7.3 – the lowest figure since 2008.
Although the number of women in top management positions across the globe has increased, it's quite shocking how different their corporate responsibilities are when compared to men's.
Inquiries have been launched into delivery service Whistl in an assessment of whether the 'universal service obligation', which the Royal Mail must observe until 2021, gives its competitor an unfair advantage.
The fraught release of iOS8, which had a number of bugs, has been added to with the release of a buggy update. It has now been pulled just an hour after release.
Days after Tesco overstated its profit forecast, billionaire Mike Ashely's Sports Direct has invested in the retail giant's shares, despite the fact they fell to the lowest level in more than a decade.