Sacked workers and angry bosses reveal the weirdest – and most trivial excuses for losing a job.
Could venture funding hubs help entrepreneurs outside of London raise funding more easily?
Smaller manufacturers continue on a steady growth path, but export orders are still lacklustre, research shows.
Hackers, we know them well. In In 2010 the average web site was found to have over 230 serious vulnerabilities. In 2013, it was discovered that 30,000 websites were attacked each day and 2014 saw an onslaught of user credentials being stolen from popular sites such as eBay. This year has seen Coca-Cola tweeting chunks of Hitler's Mein Kampf.
Time will tell whether the European Central Bank’s (ECB) €1.1tn quantitative easing (QE) package will have the desired impact on the real economy. Beating deflation is the paramount objective – how many times does the ECB have to reiterate its explicit mandate of maintaining price stability?
When asked whether membership of the European Union was good for business, 60 per cent of financial director and CFO respondents voted in favour of maintaining the current situation.
It's yet another problem for beleaguered David Cameron as his chairman muddles and fails questions on his new and embarrassing recruit Amjad Bashir.
You can succeed online if you don’t cut corners, but the online customer is no longer an easy win.
More than a third of UK employees will look for a new job if their current employer fails to give them a pay rise in the next 12 months.
The evidence is clear: equality for women means progress for all. However, the UK is still lagging behind. There have been numerous discussions about the potential for men to help achieve gender equality, but a First Women Summit debate asked what policies the next UK government should be prioritising in order to support women in business.
Digital startups are driving the UK’s economic recovery thanks to booming sales and the creation of thousands of new jobs, according to the first ever national survey of the sector.
UK consumer confidence is at its highest level since the index reached 97 in Q3 2006, and it rose five times the speed of the global rate in 2014.