A new London-based startup founded by ex-UN lawyer Julia Salasky, has been set up to make the law “available to everyone”.
Ben Stevens, of Russell-Cooke Solicitors, discusses the difficulties that come with attempting to register a shape mark.
A recent report from CommuteLondon counted nearly 480,000 tweets from frustrated commuters last year – so we pulled together the best ones.
Ultimo founder Michelle Mone has announced her intention to leave Scotland in the near future, but pledged that her company’s headquarters will remain in Glasgow.
British company Booker Group, which has been dubbed as UK's biggest cash-and-carry wholesaler, is set to buy Londis and Budgens. Both businesses have been losing market share but will, according to Booker bosses, strengthen its presence within the UK.
On the back of Business Growth Fund’s total investment surpassing the £500m mark since the firm was unveiled back in the spring of 2011, Real Business asks CEO Stephen Welton if it’s all gone to plan.
New research has found that two-thirds of British people lie when asked for personal information – a big concern for companies throughout the UK.
High street retailer Next has handed a £22.4m bill by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) after a court found it had avoided paying tax.
Alison Brittain has left her job as group director for the retail division at Lloyds Banking Group to take up the role of CEO at London Stock Exchange-listed Whitbread.