Jesus turned water into wine, but Bill Gates wants entrepreneurs to turn poo into water.
Universities in London have dominated the list of academic institutions producing the highest-paid graduates, with four in the top ten.
The global economy has slowed and as a result the UK could become caught up in the same deflationary conditions the Eurozone is currently experiencing.
Earlier this year, Business for Britain and Europe Economics set out to find the extent to which the EU-level setting of financial regulation might increasingly not reflect the interests of the UK. This has led to further research.
It doesn’t matter if it’s an entrepreneur like me, who started with just a bag of tools and a battered old van, or someone like QPR footballer Charlie Austin who’s gone from playing non-league to Premier League in a handful of seasons; we all love a good story about people who beat the odds to succeed.
UK SMEs are expanding their tentacles once more, hoping to achieve success overseas. With a whopping 83 per cent of SMEs saying they felt confident about Britain's economic climate, it's no wonder that they are now set on increasing their international activity in the coming year.
It’s that time again when many business leaders are thinking about setting their agenda for the year ahead with a 2015 kick-off presentation.
Jaguar Land Rover has revealed it will create 1,300 new jobs in the UK to capture “British flair” as part of £1.5bn investment, contrasting with Tesco's plans to close 43 stores and one head office.
Plans, plans, and more plans. As the New Year starts, we all have plenty of them. But First Women Awards winner Jo Haigh explains why the "positively rosy" kind are the only kind of plans to have.
Having raised £2m thorough equity crowdfunding platform SyndicateRoom in the second half of 2014, the IPO of Mill Group Residential represents a watermark moment for the alternative finance industry.
As London is in the midst of its £14.8bn Crossrail project, a study claims the city has the most expensive and filthiest transport service globally.
With the ever-expanding range of connected devices now available to consumers, brands need to rethink their marketing strategy. Mobile marketing as a separate channel has had its day and the age of multi-screen marketing has arrived.