Since Oscar season in February 2014, movie and entertainment stocks have been outperforming and continuing to advance. In the first days of May 2015, however, the tide has turned with every stock in the sector except for Disney posting a loss.
With Ed Miliband leaving the Labour party after its general election results, Chuka Umunna is only the second to officially declare he's part of the race to become party leader.
Women in the workplace are still struggling to get their careers back on track, or keep them at all, after becoming pregnant. A new campaign wants to put this problem back on the map.
To stimulate high-growth British businesses, MMC Ventures and the Institute of Directors (IoD) have teamed up for a partnership that will encourage the country's young entrepreneurs and investors to connect with each other.
It is said that Sajid Javid, who for the most part worked in the finance industry, benefited from Margaret Thatcher's Big Bang reforms. Skills gained from such experience will undoubtedly help him succeed in his new role.
As newly appointed business secretary Sajid Javid announced there will be “significant changes” to strike laws under the new government, RMT members have voted to strike.
Customer service is often hailed as an area of key importance for companies, but a new survey has revealed businesses are headed for disaster if they don't take the matter seriously, as 84 per cent of consumers will abandon a brand after a bad experience.
Barclaycard is to lose CEO Val Soranno Keating, who has quit her post in order to pursue a “new professional challenge” after five years of service.
After being promoted to her new position, Real Business looks into who Anna Soubry is and just what her responsibilities will be.
As the dust begins to settle after the general election, and returning prime minister David Cameron assembles his new cabinet, Wedlake Bell partner Edward Craft gives his expert opinion on what the result means for British businesses in terms of the law.
Mobile company Chirp removes the need for the internet by letting users send files through sound waves, and is aiming to raise £400,000 via Crowdcube, which the Boris Johnson-backed London Co-Investment Fund (LCIF) has pledged to top up if the target is met.