The Cambridge Satchel Company is one of the biggest British brand success stories in the last few years. We quiz founder Julie Deane on the company’s most impressive year so far.
A "creeping cult of corporate wellness" is making employees feel sick, according to academic researchers.
Women in the UK spend nearly half a billion pounds a week shopping online, research shows.
David Cameron wants to make the Conservatives "the party of the roofers and the retailers, the builders and the businesswomen". But what do "businesswomen" actually want?
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New research has found that 73 per cent of technology businesses acquired or floated in 2014 were not the recipients of either venture capital, private equity or growth capital prior to exit.
According to a new report, Apple is a master of 'Quantum Strategy', which is “both unconventional as well as extremely difficult to implement”. It is due to this strategy that Apple will stand the test of time.
In late 2014, YouGov surveyed Londoners, Gatwick residents, Heathrow residents, UK small businesses and councillors about 'the runway issue'. A shocking eight out of nine people up and down the country thought that Gatwick should be expanded. Taking up the mantle, 19 of the UK's most successful entrepreneurs and founders have claimed their support by sending an open letter to the airports commission.
Websites, online banking, customer satisfaction, remote working – here are ten ways British businesses are evolving with the help of digital technologies.
Mubaloo founder and digital entrepreneur Mark Mason has joined the leadership team of R&D tax credit consultancy ForrestBrown in order to assist the firm’s continuing growth and help digital technology firms access the ‘considerable levels’ of tax relief they may be eligible to claim against R&D spend.
Experienced high-growth technology company finance head Nick Williams examines the interception between FDs and the growing trend of big data.
Waitrose is the latest British business to promise a large scale recruitment drive this year, with plans to create 2,000 new jobs nationwide in 2015.