Budget airline Ryanair has responded to claims it will eventually be offering flights to North America for as little as $15 by issuing a statement of denial to the London Stock Exchange.
Taking the "stiff upper lip" approach out of business and allowing a little sentiment can help strengthen business relationships. It can also build trust for lasting partnerships between a business and its customers, or an employer and its employees.
While the chancellor's speech lasted a little over an hour, the 2015 Budget document itself is a 124 page-long tome detailing the exact policy the Treasury spent weeks putting together. As such, Real Business had a look to find out what you might have failed to pick up on.
Say what you will about your product, but the consumer will be more willing to trust their friends' feedback than a marketing campaign – here's how businesses can grab hold of that trend to harness the power of the peers.
Jane Ollis, MD of RIFT Accounting, provides her view on what George Osborne revealed at the Budget 2015, explaining why the seemingly boring affair means British SMEs are ahead of the game.
In the final piece from our five-part employment law series, Bircham Dyson Bell's Ian Wasserman examines the detail behind the government's minimum wage boost and explains what it means for businesses throughout the UK.
South by South West, or "south by" to the locals, as well as hosting one of the world's largest music and film festivals brings together a diverse crowd of 30,000 entrepreneurs, creatives and marketers at SXSW Interactive in Austin, Texas.
Britain’s businesses are on a crash course to increase efficiency and cut waste, according to new research by blur Group.
New research conducted by Atomik Research for Direct Line for Business has revealed that 60 per cent of the 844,000 home business owners with dependent children take time away from business to invest in their young ones during school holidays.
Women make up half of the UK population, just over half of full-time university undergraduates and almost half of its workforce. However, they are failing to reach senior leadership positions in business; women make up just a third of managers, directors and senior officials.
The government has now followed through with its proposal to introduce significant increases in court fees first mooted in January, with the new regime coming into force on 9 March. Fees for claims of between £1 and £10,000 will remain at their present levels with a £455 ceiling, though the cost of issuing cases worth between £10,000 and £200,000 will rise significantly to five per cent of the value of a claim.