More than 15,000 people on LinkedIn currently describe themselves as "serial entrepreneurs", an indication that starting more than one business is seen by most of us as a good trait and something worth shouting about.
In one of the opening salvos to May's general election, the Labour Party lifted the lid on its business manifesto – detailing how it will go about supporting "productive, growing and profitable firms" if it is elected to government.
Frustrated with how long it's taking to get approval to fly delivery drones in the US, Amazon has approached the UK government with plans to launch a trial in Britain.
Since his death, numerous people have compared Steve Jobs to Thomas Edison, the man who still has more patents than anyone else. But perhaps it's more apt to liken him to his hero Edwin Land, inventor of instant photography, founder of Polaroid and “champion of patents”. With the numerous changes in the modern day patent landscape, peering back through history may prove to be an interesting exercise.
Having proper guidelines in place is critical to maintaining control on spend when it comes to employee expenses.
The number of casual investors is exploding, but there is still a way to go before the playing field is levelled out. Here's how to make sure you don't get a bum deal.
The amount of deals that have resulted in individual wealth creation of £200,000 or more has climbed by 6 per cent, against a backdrop of a stalling in the number of high-growth firms in Britain.
Comparing innovation to a team sport effort may be trite but there is a lot of truth to it. Elspeth Beattie, client director at Fusion Learning, examines the similarities between team sports and business innovation.
In our fast-paced business world, successful companies are realising that they need to introduce a new culture of change and innovation. Central to this transformation is the CFO, who must work closely with his or her CEO to develop and implement strategic changes that will deliver sustainable growth.
Young growing businesses are increasingly turning to Alternative Investment Market (AIM) investors to fund growth and take advantage of the economic recovery.
The Billion Dollar Chicken Shop is a new three-part BBC documentary taking you behind the scenes from the kitchens to the boardroom of the fast food giant KFC. Rachel King looks at five people management takeaways.
Budget fitness chain Pure Gym has revealed the first set of full year figures under the tenure of new chief executive Humphrey Cobbold, and demonstrated revenue growth of 49 per cent.