The master of scientific thinking, Sherlock Holmes, devoted his life to solving crime, but there's no doubt he would have done as well at whatever he turned his hand (which, in the course of his adventures, was most things).
Did you know that Betty Crocker isn't real? That's right, she was a marketing stunt. Although it's rare, businesses know their customers would relate more to a fictional person.
As part of RealFD, we've written about the evolving role of the FD. Especially, his or her presence in the boardroom.
In order for an FD to have a clear understanding of the needs of an organisation and communicate with the CEO and board, he needs to leave the more functional roles to other people.
Sir Richard Branson has been a very active investor in 2014 – he's already made more investments this year than any other previous year. But who is he investing with?
Women representation on FTSE 100 boards continues to increase, but Vince Cable cautions that companies must work harder towards parity. We ask: is it all just for show?
How would you react if you had a Facebook friend request from HMRC? Would you accept it with open arms or block it straight away?
Consumers used their mobiles to spend an average of £245 each last Christmas. How much will mobile spend increase this year?
The first major high street victim of the recession, Jessops, has announced it will open new six stores.
Jason Goodman is the founder of innovation centre Albion. In one of its latest sessions, they extracted three key lessons for businesses: walk the walk, be self-aware, and 'bigger isn't always better'.
Although SMEs are expected to generate up to 50 per cent of international revenues by 2019, political instability, cultural factors and inadequate infrastructure often outweigh the growth potential of overseas markets.
Livingstone London director Tom Phipps talks about the typical sale process, and how it comprises three key phases.