After the glorious victory for common sense in last Thursday’s general election, various bogeymen have raised their heads. The time has come to slay them.
Salaries in the financial sector are rising faster than any other industry, figures have revealed, with half receiving increased pay within the last 12 months.
Events and marketing services company UBM has announced it has appointed Marina Wyatt, who has been CFO of TomTom NV for ten years, as its new head of finance from 2 September 2015. CFO Robert Gray will pass on the baton to his "events first" strategy.
Apple has announced a partnership with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and is extending environmental initiatives in China as one of its fastest-growing markets.
According to a new YouGov survey, a third of British workers admitted they didn't take all of their allotted annual leave allowance in 2014 because they had too heavy a workload.
Like the saying goes, you can’t please all of the people all of the time, and chances are you won't be making anybody's day if you're guilty of breaching office etiquette. Hint: Go easy on the makeup and ensure you're contributing to the tea round.
Vote counting in Sunderland is closer to a full body workout than finding out who the constituency's next MP will be.
Serial entrepreneur and TV personality Lord Sugar has announced he is ending his 18-year involvement with Labour, explaining he found himself “losing confidence” due to “negative business polices”.
John Longworth has outlined six issues he and the British Chambers of Commerce believe the prime minister should focus on during the next term in parliament, and urged him to "make no apologies" for seeking the highest growth and investment rates.
Drone company Sky-Futures has secured a £2.5m Series A funding round from venture capital firm MMC Ventures, which marks the largest investment of its kind in Europe.
Just 100 years ago, there were no female politicians in the Houses of Parliament. But the 2015 general election proved to be an historic event for women.
Matt Warren's Swansea-based ecommerce company recently passed the £1m mark through crowdfunding, so who better to discuss the merits of raising money this way