Findings from Dr Dawn Eubanks and Warwick Business School imply that within business, military and sport, individuals who conform to stereotypes in their domain and share common facial features with leaders from other sectors, could be the next Alexander the Great.
There are a host of reasons to exit a business and a plethora of goals, of which the most common is to maximise the price paid. Mark Lucas, of Barlow Robbins, advises nine actions to do just that.
Controversial taxi booking app Uber has big plans for 2015, including creating 50,000 jobs in Europe.
According to recent statistics from the Insolvency Service, over 3,000 company liquidations took place in England and Wales during the third quarter of 2014. It may be the case that a number of these businesses were purchased either before liquidation or shortly thereafter but it is fair to assume that within these statistics, a fair proportion of businesses that offered attractive products of value have been let down by poor management or cashflow problems.
The UK's cyber security sector is worth over £6bn, growing three times as fast as our overall economy and earning £1 in every £5 from the internet. But can the sector truly stand up to the rising threat of advanced hackers Queue David Cameron, Barack Obama and their new joint effort to combat cyber threats.
Fresh from taking up a position as interim CFO at MyJobMatcher.com, Chris Chapman looks back at his career for Real FD and explains the various growth strategies he's been part of.
The Start Up Loans scheme has now now lent approximately £130m to new businesses in the UK since launching in 2012.
With enterprise and innovation now dominating the British economy, we look at the ten companies that really stood out during the last year.
Low cost gym chain Xercise4Less has secured an equity and debt funding round worth £31m, as sales for the business have doubled year-on-year for the past three years.
The City Grump suggests that we wouldn't dare make fun of authority, be it religious, nationalistic or in the workplace.
I see that the next series of Benefits Street is going to be back on our screens soon, and it got my blood boiling.
Property Partner has secured the investment support of well-known business leaders including turnaround backer Jon Moulton and Betfair co-founder Ed Wray – as well as Octopus Investments.