The UK Export Finance has today announced the first contract to receive a loan from the Direct Lending Facility (DLF).
New research shows that the Christmas bonus – so often an expression of good will to employees – is now given to only a small minority.
The UK business secretary has today announced plans to 'simplify and boost' the National Minimum Wage for apprentices, to make them even more attractive to young people.
A legal loophole in the Intellectual Property Act 2014 has opened the door to potential design right abuse.
Paul McGinley recently captained Europe to a win at this year’s Ryder Cup, giving businesses a masterclass in the power of inspirational leadership. Here, executive coach Martin Palethorpe explains what lessons can be learned.
In a survey of more than 200,000 people in 189 countries, London came out as the best city to work in globally.
The recipe for Coca-Cola is often cited as 'the world's most valuable trade secret'. That may still be the case, but the secret algorithm behind Google's search engines must be a close runner-up. So when Germany's Justice Minster recently called for the algorithm to be disclosed to him, it was enough to make a global giant like Google miss a step.
It has been announced that Hewlett Packard (HP) will split into two separate companies, to provide increased focus on the diverse products of the company.
A Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) and KPMG index released today identified the best and worst places for small business owners in London to run a business.
According to two new reports from CBI and Astbury Marsden, the financial services industry has now seen a greater period of growth since the recession began.
The Forum of Private Business's latest 'Cost of Doing Business' survey shows that firms are still feeling the squeeze despite the fall in inflation from 2.7 per cent to 1.6 per cent over the past year.
Small businesses could benefit from increased business rates relief soon, Business Secretary Vince Cable has suggested.