A new book from businessman Lord Alan Sugar will arrive this autumn, which resulted in the face of The Apprentice taking to Twitter to ask users for title suggestions – he's probably regretting that right now.
Ask a senior business leader whether MPs and the government know what is really needed to create a free-flowing and prosperous economy and you'll probably get "no" most of the time. Technology business builder Adam Hale, of Fairsail, has shared his insight with us.
Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder of Facebook, has announced further plans for his Internet.org scheme in a Q&A hosted on his social-networking site last night. His initiative to connect two-thirds of the world without internet access will be rolled out into Europe.
From wine makers to those at the helm of fast-growth technology businesses, our "I'm voting as…" series will be unearthing the desires of business leaders in the approach to the 2015 general election. Next in the firing line is a well-known face from the fund manager space, Gervais Williams.
Location is the most important factor keeping British workers in their current job roles, coming in ahead of wages and and job security, according to ClickSoftware.
Sporting goods retailer Sports Direct has taken its commitment to the industry a step further with the launch of SportsDirectFitness.com, a venture that plans to launch 200 gyms across the UK – 27 of which are open now.
If an organisation loses your personal data, would you expect them to tell you about it? The media’s appetite for reporting stories of laptops lost on trains and cyber criminals’ ever more sophisticated hacking techniques is a reflection of the increasing importance of data security to consumers and corporates alike.
New research from trade body Group Risk Development (GRiD) has found that nearly one in five employers want the next government to focus on staff wellbeing.
Social network for gaming gamesGRABR has secured a £454,000 funding round from 221 investors including the London Co-Investment Fund (LCIF), which marked the Boris Johnson-backed scheme's first tech firm investment via Crowdcube.
Analysis by Grant Thornton has found that the economic contribution of companies listed on the London Stock Exchange's Alternative Investment Market (AIM) directly contributed £14.7bn to the UK economy in 2013.
Intangible assets account for 64 per cent of the total value of UK companies, a growth of 17 per cent since 2012. Although this positions Britain as the fourth most “intangible, IP economy” in the world, it also makes it prone to foreign takeovers.
iDisrupted author John Straw has claimed that Google’s not really bothered about its performance in the stock market. In fact, the worse it performs the better.