Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver is trying to replicate the success of his Food Tube and Drinks Tube video channels with the launch of Family Food Tube. His love of technology and social media has undoubtedly helped him become a pioneer in the digital space.
The competition for attracting, keeping and rewarding the best staff is heating up as the UK economy improves. Share schemes can be a useful tool for rewarding employees.
Two of the world's biggest tobacco companies have challenged the legality of the UK government's plain packaging regulations, and have filed what has been dubbed as "the biggest corporate damages claim in legal history" against the government.
Formula 1 (F1) tycoon Bernie Ecclestone is fighting a tax bill of more than £1bn, after HMRC reopened a long-running dispute over a family trust.
Dublin-based budget airline Ryanair's annual profit rose by two-thirds, propelled by lower fares and an image makeover.
Real Business was invited to London leg of the international Citi Mobile Challenge event, which saw the global financial institution welcome 20 fintech developers to Tobacco Dock. We caught up with Jorge Ruiz, the head of Citi’s Global Digital Acceleration Programme, who explained exactly why the bank is so interested in the disruptive fintech market.
Ben & Jerry's Join Our Core campaign, which it hopes will create more businesses with ethical values, has looked to the crowd for its latest round of winners. UK startups We Walk the Line and GravityLight came out on top.
Vince Cable was one of the biggest names to lose his seat in May's general election, but the former business secretary's work has continued with new reforms on zero-hours contracts.
If the Conservatives are serious about being a government for business, then they have to follow through on their promise to slash red tape.
Having thrown caution to the wind and built his own office when he wasn't able to find one good enough, Moneypenny co-founder Ed Reeves explains why he's an advocate of breaking the rules at every turn.
LDC has announced plans to invest £1.2bn into the UK's medium-sized businesses over the next three years.
In his first speech since being appointed business secretary, Sajid Javid explained that it was quite fitting to set out his priorities for supporting Britain's SMEs in Britsol – the place where his father's cotton mill taught him the principles of running a small company.