Last week, the Bank of England (BoE) announced they would not increase interest rates.
This is the second in a series of posts prompted by responses to the annual 'FDs’ Satisfaction Survey', which was started by Real FD in 2001 and received over 1,500 submissions in 2014 alone.
We spoke to Mike Cherry, the Federation of Small Business’ national policy chairman, about invoice factoring and discounting and what SMEs needs to keep in mind if they’re considering these funding methods.
A new report, released by Enterprise Nation and Direct Line for Business, reveals the role of home businesses in the British recovery has been under-estimated.
When asked as a child what you would grow up to become: how many people said management consultant? How about, international expansion expert? How many people said "an expert in failure"?
Can we truly say the glass ceiling has broken when only three females are at the helm of FTSE 100 companies? We took a closer look at London's finance scene. The sector, known for its 'old boy's club' image, is now seeing an impressive increase in female recruitment. But is it enough?
The Deputy Prime Minister has announced the creation of TechNorth, an organisation to coordinate the tech ecosystem in the north of England.
Think tank the Cebr warns that while we're seeing solid UK economic performance, there are still hurdles for the economy to overcome.
A survey from Everline has found that small business owners have something of a 'sweet-tooth'.
New technology, based on phones and televisions, could be making its way onto aircrafts.
The oft-quoted business adage ‘cash is king’ is most commonly used to emphasise the importance of a steady cash flow while trading with limited funds. But what about those businesses whose top line is going through the roof?
Sir David Higgins, executive chair of the HS2 rail scheme, has said an HS3 rail would be "desirable" and "possible".