If the fate of aviation was left up to the world's students, what would the outcome be? Drones and video-game style consoles would be on the agenda if the Airbus's Fly Your Ideas competition is any indicator.
Since getting back on track after a rocky 2014, Urban Outfitters has started to focus more on its digital presence. This has also included changing the way they hire employees.
New research from gift provider intotheblue.co.uk has found that 32 per cent of employees don't remember all of their co-workers names.
On-site yoga, free meals and child day care pale in comparison to the massive four-day corporate trip to France and Monaco awarded by Tiens Group, a direct sales company based in China.
A woman in the US is suing her employer for invasion of privacy because she was fired after deleting an app which tracked her movements at all times. So, when does monitoring become too much?
Shoosmiths’ commercial partner and digital law expert Laurence Kaye shares his thoughts on how SMEs can exploit the internet, web and mobile products and services
Having served under previous business secretary Vince Cable during the last period of government, West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock has been moved across to become minister for Cabinet Office and paymaster general in prime minister David Cameron’s reshuffle.
Workers aged over 50 "continue to do their part for the economic recovery", with their work ethic and dedication "standing out against younger colleagues" – according to recent research.
Frances Dickens, CEO of media barter business Astus Group, both welcomes incoming small business minister Anna Soubry to the fold and advises her on what still needs to be done.
In a survey of British consumers by a money-saving website, Sainsbury’s was identified as the most at risk of going under – an eventuality the majority believe will occur in less than five years.
The company announced its development into the Middle East, following the growth of smart cities and interest in wearables.