High street retailer Marks & Spencer has reported its first rise in profit for four years, with underlying profit before tax rising 6.1 per cent to £661.2m – described by CEO Marc Bolland as "good progress".
The finance chief at Unilever, Jean-Marc Huët, is set to resign after five years in the job. Analysts believe that his departure is the beginning of a corporate shake-up.
Recent stats on the UK job market may have made for improved reading, but university students aren't feeling positive about its unpredictability.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has given Uber drivers two-and-a-half months to start paying goods and services tax (GST). Needless to say, the company is not happy with the decision, and hasn't kept that fact quite.
Management consultancy Hay Group has conducted new research exploring the approaches to employee development and attitudes towards people skills.
In an effort to make dealing with suppliers in China less risky, ecommerce platform Alibaba has created a new service to “create trust in trade” and boost growing company’s ability to engage with new suppliers.
It may be a bold sentiment, but YouTube has changed the world, both for consumers and businesses. With the platform having helped to eliminate barriers to entry for the production and distribution of media content, and blurring the boundary between customer and business, just how do the innovative businesses of today feel YouTube has changed the field of marketing?
Observing Silicon Valley’s brightest entrepreneurs at work has taught me a great deal about the pitfalls for any young business. A lot of clever people with interesting ideas fall into some very common traps.
Kantar Worldpanel's annual Brand Footprint has revealed how often, and where in the world, a brand is chosen by consumers.
The UK has entered a period of deflation for the first time in 55 years, with prices falling by 0.1 per cent in the year to April. However, experts say it won't last.