Yesterday's Radio 4’s Today Programme caused quite a scene. The programme highlighted the famous Artic Systems case, in which company director Geoff Jones had a three year battle with HMRC. And now the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed (IPSE) has a bone to pick with tax collectors.
We’re in the middle of a technology revolution. It’s a huge opportunity, and we need to embrace it. Virgin Media Business director Mike Smith explains why.
Through the government’s Business Growth Service, the IP Audit Plus programme provides funding of up to £3,000 – including VAT – for leaders to assess the value of a business’s IP collateral. This is something that businesses should take advantage of.
The question of why adults bully each other has arguably been with us since German physician Heinz Leymann studied adult behaviour in 1990. Decades later the same problem still persists. It's time for employers to put their foot down, especially since research has just found that employee mental health is at stake.
A look at the importance of social media channels like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, and the role they play in job search and recruitment.
In 2011 Apple toppled energy giant Exxon as the world's most valuable brand. And for Apple to continue its success, analysts suggested that “it will need to leap ahead of its own innovation and design approach before its competitors, including Google and Amazon, in order to close the gap on smartphones and tablets.”
Doughnut-peddling brand Krispy Kreme has made a horrendous social media blunder by introducing a new themed event dubbed “KKK Wednesday” in the UK.
On the back of completing an investment round that means his business has now raised nearly $150m since founding, Real Business quizzes WorldRemit founder and CEO Ismail Ahmed on the best way to get funding.
Online background check business Onfido has secured a $4.5m Series A funding round to take its London-based anti-fraud company global.
In the first of five articles looking at the biggest upcoming developments in employment law, we first touch on the prickly topic of equal pay and what businesses must do to protect against legal action.
Half of UK adults claim a lack of funding is preventing them from getting business ideas up and running, according to Virgin Startup.
What happens when the directors and shareholders in a private company are the same people and those individuals no longer see eye to eye?