Beneath the headlines, recent data continues to mask the mixed realities faced by the currency union's members, especially those to the south of the Frankfurt-based European Central Bank (ECB) who is responsible for maintaining price stability across the bloc.
China has always loved British goods. So as the country rapidly develops an appetite for cheese, could we surpass European cheesemakers, who have found it difficult to grab a slice of the Chinese cheese market, because of our 'Made in Britain' brand?
Real Business speaks with some of the country’s most successful women in business to discover what their grievances, motivations and biggest influences are.
Crowdfunding platform Crowdcube has seen its previous top fundraising total of £1.9m beaten by digital financial service provider Bitreserve.
In our most recent FD survey we posed the question: What are the key 2015 issues keeping FDs awake at night? Perhaps unsurprisingly, with the General Election less than a year away, uncertainties around political and policy risk have moved centre stage.
Despite the progress Britain may have made in terms of women in senior management, against a global average of 24 per cent the UK still places in the bottom ten countries for women in the boardroom.
Qualcomm’s purchase of Cambridge Silicon Radio for £1.5bn represented the largest technology-based deal announced during 2014, featuring in a list that included companies such as NaturalMotion, Daisy Group and Advanced Computer Software.
The customer is always right, and today's businesses have no place to hide if they fail to meet expectations, with social media rants often forcing companies into action – this was recently demonstrated by one Virgin Trains passenger who became rather unfortunate while inside a toilet.