GfK figures suggest that despite consumer confidence levels taking a hit this month, Brits are ready to make some high-priced purchases.
Three years on from a historic government move to outlaw enforced retirement, more than 1m over 65s now choose to stay in work.
Sainsbury's has reported a fall in sales for the last quarter, mirroring reports from other supermarkets including Tesco.
As the economy continues to grow and dare I say, thrive, it is important that we recognise the small companies who are driving the recovery through their innovative and disruptive technology.
Tesco will be investigated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), in response to the announcement last week that the company had overstated its profits guidance.
Forget about Windows 9, Microsoft has just unveiled some juicy details about Windows 10.
Ebay have announced they will spin off PayPal, despite protestations from eBay CEO John Donahoe that it would be the wrong move for the company.
A recent report from Boston Consulting Group (BCG) challenges the traditional worldview as to which regions are low and high cost for the purposes of manufacturing. One of its more surprising (though welcome) conclusions is that the UK has become the lowest-cost manufacturing centre in Western Europe.
A report from Smith and Williamson suggests that in the UK young people are more entrepreneurial than ever – so what are we doing about it?
The French government announced last Thrusday they would introduce the astonishing legislation that cigarette packaging should be the same regardless of brand.