After its people, data is arguably an organisation’s most valuable asset. According to recent figures, some 90 per cent of all the data in the world has been created in the last two years. That shouldn’t be too much of a surprise to us given the data driven world we now live in, but what is promising is that companies are increasingly switching on to its strategic and commercial value.
The government announced in April 2014 that they intend to create a new criminal offence of failing to declare overseas income. This will be a strict liability offence. It will not matter why the income was not declared. All that HMRC will need to show is that you had taxable income arising overseas and that such income has not been shown on your tax return.
Beyonce Knowles leads global list of the top 20 celebrities with the most brand power – 14 of which are women – while only two British stars to make the cut.
Over 25m people in the UK spend a large part of their lives at work. And with 91m working days a year being lost to mental ill-health, it stands to reason that employers would want to tackle the problem.
Video-based learning app for children, Hopster, has secured a multi-million funding round to expand growth of the British operation internationally.
Historically, leaders were associated with men who were tall, strong, well-educated and power oriented. So is the age old adage "great leaders are born, not made", true?
Gary Bailey, supply chain solutions divisional director at Access Group, addresses why businesses are more at risk of failing emerging from a recession than they are during its peak.
After her nephew died in Afghanistan, 54-year-old Nancy Clack left her “unfulfilling job” as a school business manager and set out to follow her dream of opening a classic-feeling tea shop – a project that will now be taken online.
The sales warriors of today may be missing a trick. According to history, an indirect approach is the ultimate "grand strategy".
Not paying themselves, neglecting family and working more than 60 hours a week – here are the sacrifices British entrepreneurs are making to open up their own businesses.
Digital food marketplace JUST EAT ended its first nine months as a pubic company by posting sales increases of 50 per cent – which saw its share price climb nearly 10p in early morning trading.