An exclusivity period lasting “several weeks” has been agreed between BT Group and the Deutsche Telekom/Orange regarding the British telecom company's interest in buying the duo’s mobile business.
We hear from an entrepreneur who has taken the "lean startup" model devised by Eric Ries and applied it to his own business.
Ecommerce is booming in Brazil, Russia, India and China, which are collectively the BRIC countries. This is not surprising when you consider they represent 25 per cent of the world’s land mass, 40 per cent of the world’s population and a total market value of $221bn (£141.08). The number of internet users likewise is staggering; 642m in China, 243m in India, 108m in Brazil and 85m in Russia.
Chinese companies are growing in the UK at an unprecedented rate, and will continue to do so in 2015.
The coalition government has placed business at the heart of many recent policy changes and introductions, but are the voices of senior business women and professionals being heard
Prime minister David Cameron and the chancellor of the exchequer, George Osborne, have made it clear that they will be “cracking down on tax avoidance” and seeking those who have tried to evade tax in offshore tax havens. Celebrities are by no means exempt.
Equity crowdfunding has helped make angel investing to a wider range of people, creating hundreds of thousands of new investors and greater opportunity for startups.
The Roman Abramovich-owned club is set to pay employed staff £7.85 per hour, or £9.15 per hour in London, making it the first Premier League club to sign up to the living wage.
British location-based safety tracking company Buddi has secured two new international deals valued at £20m to support the health and security markets.
With many of the UK working world entering their last week before a well-earned rest, we continue our look back though 2014 to find the most popular pieces.
Once the festive season has passed the battle lines will be drawn and the country will be in full election mode.