Dragons' Den investors Deborah Meaden and Theo Paphitis have cashed in their stakes in Magic Whiteboard. The founders join the ranks of a fistful of entrepreneurs to buy back their companies.
Sainsbury's has announced the appointment of Next FD David Keens to the board as a non-executive director in order to use his "knowledge of fast-moving customers" to bring the company out of its financial decline.
With the Real Business "I'm voting as…" series taking us all around the UK looking for input, the latest stop is in Wales where Ed Prescott and his insurance broking firm are after a leadership that will provide a consistent business taxation environment.
Top of the list for Gavin Tyler when it comes to the next government is an administration that trusts the business community. He shares more of his thoughts with us ahead of the May general election
As online dating becomes increasingly common, businesses need a USP to stand out. Seemingly looking into niche areas is the way forward, as demonstrated with beard-centric offering Bristlr.
The Freedom of Information Act has become a well-established tool for finding out more about local government – but who uses it and what top facts have been unearthed because of it
It can be difficult to keep on top of your general wellbeing while at work – with long hours, stress and little time to stretch your legs. Even so, new research from Britain's Healthiest Company has shown just how wide-ranging this negative impact on our health is.
The living wage debate continues and, while British workers may be in favour of the campaign, a study has found that awareness and support of the living wage among UK adults overall have grown in less than a year.
UK clothing sales are being boosted by more worldwide shoppers from Serbia to Mexico going online via tablet or smartphones.
High street and online retailer John Lewis is the most appealing retail brand when it comes to those looking for work, according to a new study by recruitment company The Retail Appointment.
Businesses are being urged to do more to support thousands of British workers suffering the early stages of dementia.
The use of augmented reality (AR) technology in the enterprise app space is set to generate $2.4bn revenue in 2019, according to Juniper Research.