Oscar winner Halle Berry, best known for films such as "Swordfish" and "Die Another Day", has joined the ranks of celebrities turned business owners by relaunching Scandale Paris, a line of lingerie. She may not have bucked the fashion and business trend, but she has became co-owner instead of a mere face for the brand.
The travel industry has always been pretty straightforward. You decide where you want to stay, book the hotel on the phone or online, and the experience is either great, mediocre, bad or leaves you with a feeling of indifference. But change is in the air, and Premier Inn has embraced it to redefine the meaning of room service with the Apple Watch.
The Mayor of London returned to the dangerous world of Twitter for his May #AskBoris session, and was faced with some rather peculiar questions.
The recruitment company Robert Half has released its updated CEO Tracker of the FTSE 100, including the profile of today's “typical” chief executive.
Having listed his price comparison website on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) in 2007, Moneysupermarket’s Simon Nixon has continued with the disposal of his shares by selling a 3.7 per cent stake in the company.
New research from cyber security company Blue Coat has employed attitudes towards protecting personal information, and shed light on staff members particular viewing habits online.
The role of psychopath has drawn some of the biggest names in the movie business: Jack Nicholson, Michael Douglas and Anthony Hopkins are a few. According to certain analysts, the same could be said of CEOs.
Financial debt has landed TV star Gordon Ramsay in the headlines this year, but his latest sales results suggest that Ramsay's company is making a turnaround.
Octopus Investments has boarded public transport app TRAFI, having led a $6.5m Series A round into the business which supports journey planning in emerging market cities.
Metro Bank has become the first British bank to lend through a peer-to-peer platform after announcing it was teaming up with Zopa.