The discussion on whether British football clubs should be paying all staff the Living Wage, rather than minimum wage, has intensified after the head of the country’s top division was grilled in the wake of the biggest television deal in history.
We've all heard of “China's love affair with Britain” and their increasing appetite for luxury goods. “A very important factor that makes Britain standout,” suggests professor Qing Wang of Warwick Business School, “is that it incorporates tradition and innovation seamlessly”. This was made evident when a party of delegates were taken around London ahead of UKTI's GREAT Festival of Creativity.
London has been hailed as a mecca for business and magnet for investors, but the likes of Manchester, Liverpool and Edinburgh could be higher achievers if they can make their voices heard.
In possibly Europe's largest initial public offering (IPO) since 2011 and the second biggest in Spanish history, state-backed airport operator Aena will be making its debut on the Madrid Stock Exchange.
With the 2015 Everline Future 50 cohort set to be announced in March, Real Business has been looking back on some of its historical members – and it has made for some impressive reading.
Growth in China's solar power industry is set to provide opportunities to UK businesses, mainly manufacturers, over the next five years.
Luxury asset lending firm Borro has secured a $19.5m funding round from Our Crowd and Rocket Internet, with the former providing more then $6m and the latter increasing its stake to ten per cent to take total funding to date to $200m.
New EU VAT rules for online businesses is an unwelcome hangover to many e-commerce vendors, especially those no longer able to take advantage of the UK EU VAT exemption if they company earned below a certain threshold.
Up and down the country, fed-up workers (and ex-workers) have been committing acts of revenge on their colleagues and customers. Here are the top ten workplace revenge stories.
Entrepreneurs need to learn to reap the benefits of making failure acceptable. Here is why business failure is equally important as business success.
London mayor Boris Johnson has become the latest person to call for an earlier vote on Britain’s ongoing membership of the European Union.
"The excellence of our scientists and engineers has established the UK as a pioneer in the development of driverless vehicles through pilot projects,” Vince Cable said in 2014. Since then we've all been waiting with bated breath to hear what the automative industry will be up to next, when testing will proceed and what the government's plans truly are. And today the driverless car is not as far off as you may think.