With fewer than 100 days to go until the General Election, the CIPD is warning that regulatory changes shouldn't form the cornerstone of labour market election promises.
Forget the Billion Dollar Club, let’s create the Billion Pound Club, says Powa CEO Dan Wagner.
A new report sheds light on the difference between cities in the North and the South of the UK. Are we heading towards a two-tier economy?
HMRC has been active again this year in reminding people that the 31st January self-assessment tax return submission deadline is fast approaching. But it could be even sooner than you realise.
The Facebook SME Bootcamp came to London on 26 January, marking the first event of its kind for Europe. The idea is to teach companies how the social network can be used not just for selfies, status updates and spying on old school friends, but as a legitimate business-growing channel that can produce impressive revenues and customer awareness.
Successful YouTube channel SB.TV and its founder Jamal Edwards, credited with launching Ed Sheeran, are no doubt one the UK's biggest success stories. But according to Edwards too many people believe that turning an idea into reality is merely 'stuff that dreams are made of'.
Issued on 22 January, the latest Bank of England ‘Trends in Lending' report clearly showed the divide that still exists between large and small companies when it comes to borrowing money. But according to FundingKnight CEO Graeme Marshall, years of being turned down for finance has resulted in the hesitancy of smaller companies to borrow money. This seems to holding back the UK economy.
Last month a number of large companies including Premier Foods were identified and criticised by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) for supply chain bullying. In fact, almost one in five small businesses had been subject to some form of poor payment tactics, with five per cent having experienced the so called ‘pay to stay' practice used by Premier Foods. But the UK government has now made the first move to fining such businesses.
Personalised baby brand My1stYears.com launched five years ago, but it was royal baby Prince George that has set the company on its way to an expected turnover of £6.5m in 2015.
Robert Maas takes a look at the sort of people who seem likely to be wrongly criminalised as a result of failing to declare overseas income.
Global fast food giant McDonald's has named British Steve Easterbrook as its new CEO, with existing president and CEO Don Thompson retiring after 25 years of service.
Manufacturing firms have been invited by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) to bid for a share of £1m in order to boost UK innovation.