The annual Real Business FDs’ Satisfaction Survey has shed light on the sentiment of UK finance directors – identifying where their political loyalties lie, attitudes on European Union membership rest and what the biggest concerns for business are.
In December 2014, Rovio Entertainment, the maker of Angry Birds, cut up to 16 per cent of its workforce as a result of dwindling consumer demand. This followed on from “disappointing financial results” the previous year. But the company has a bold strategy in mind.
British businesses are under pressure from employees, with a new report revealing that 31 per cent of staff expect their employers to help them to lose weight – but is that expectation too great?
Jeremy Clarkson described his week as a “turbulent” affair, while he awaited the BBC's decision regarding whether the broadcaster would be renewing his contract. After days of hearing nothing, “not a sausage”, the company officially let him go.
A new service designed to provide insight on what big brands pay staff has revealed the pay scales at ten of the largest companies in Britain.
Virtual Reality (VR) is starting to touch on more and more real life scenarios and we believe that almost every aspect of our lives and businesses has the potential to be embracing VR quicker than we might think. But what does this mean for business?
If you’re an enthusiastic entrepreneur looking to start a new venture, have you truly stopped to consider the financial aspects of setting up and growing a business?
There has arguably never been as much choice when it comes to selecting your local MP, and ultimately having a say on what the next government will look like. But what kind of head should you vote with, and what policies matter the most
Having been in existence for just over four years, the owner of a blog with the domain name www.startupbritain.co.uk has received a letter from operating organisation the Centre for Entrepreneurs calling for him to hand it over.
From providing insight on the art of selling your company to advising on building brand value, prolific business leaders from across the UK will come together on 25 June 2015 to share their secrets.
Realising the opportunities that new technologies provide, Jules Coleman left her management consultancy career after teaching herself to code in just six weeks – now, as the co-founder of digital cleaning marketplace Hassle.com, she calls on entrepreneurs to be ready for change.
Facebook has two million businesses advertising on its social network, and now plans to improve the uptake by launching learning centres and training programmes to support small companies, brands and marketers.