In the lead up to the general election on 7 May, when the British public will be selecting the next government, Real Business is asking business leaders up and down the country what kind of administration they would like to see in place. First up is Love Energy Savings CEO Phil Foster.
Middle Eastern holidaymakers are the biggest international spenders travelling to Britain, according to Hotels.com, powering the UK hotel industry with an average spend of £174 per night in 2014.
Subscription-based education service lynda.com, which helps people learn new skills through online videos produced by hired experts, has been bought by LinkedIn.
Almost half of British employers are less likely to appoint a new recruit at the interview stage if they're obese, with some considering them lazy, according to Crossland Employment Solicitors.
Starting salaries in the UK rose at the fastest rate in March over a six month period, marking the strongest increase since September 2014, according to a jobs market study by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and professional services firm KPMG.
The uncertainty being caused by the 7 May general election is resulting in many investors holding back on corporate transactions, according to new research from Experian.
Digital technologies have had a game-changing impact on most industries across the UK. You don’t need to look further than organisations such as Uber and Airbnb to see how truly transformative technology has been to a wide range of industries. Yet there’s one industry that hasn’t seen much impact from technology, but is on the cusp of something great: recruitment.
Danish brewer Carlsberg has taken its marketing efforts to new heights by installing a billboard that includes a physical beer tap, building on its "If Carlsberg did" tagline.
The founder of Naked Wines has been appointed CEO of Majestic Wine after the former was purchased in a deal worth up to £70m.