How much would you pay for that 'little thing called Love'? The going-rate in today's dating market is anything from free to £10,000.
The importance of branding shouldn't be underestimated. While certain parts of an organisation should be concerned with 'doing,' at least one member of your team, usually marketing, will be concerned with 'being'.
The economy is picking up, businesses are hiring more people and entrepreneurial spirit is rife. So why is it so difficult for startups and small businesses to secure the vital funding they need to prosper?
A 2013 report by Mindjet found that UK workers lack motivation when it comes to work, cited by a shocking 32 per cent of British employees and employers alike. We could technically blame our economic situation, which has made staff cling to jobs they don't actually feel passionate about.
In March this year, the world's jaws dropped as a 59-year-old woman sued her company's landlord when she was attacked by a seagull.
The process of testing and learning how businesses can get the best out of social media will never end, but here are just a few of the fundamental mistakes many companies make every day:
In the hope of inspiring further efforts toward gender diversity in business, the CBI announced their commitment to more diverse HR practices; promoting an increased, but so far unreached, ideal of a 'gender-blind' workplace.
Implementing a considered pre-exit preparation programme can materially improve the probability of completing a company sale on the most attractive available terms within a desired timeframe.
The CBI’s latest report finds that retail sales on the high street continue to show strong growth.
Gartner research director once stated that "IT leaders need to cut through the hype and confusion of big data, and base their actions on known facts and business-driven outcomes."
A sign of the times: Apple’s flawed update to iOS8 has cost the technology giant $20bn (£12.3bn) in value.