Despite the financial crisis and MPs’ expense scandals, our leaders often appear to have learnt little as they go from one crisis to the next, according to social entrepreneur Richard Wilson. One can't help but wonder whether he's alluding that we should no longer be surprised as they will continue to disappoint unless they change the way they lead.
The technology company will face a US class action lawsuit for allegedly accessing email content that had been sent to its email users from those not using Yahoo Mail accounts.
An increasing number of independent gyms, otherwise known as boutique studios, are opening across the UK and a report has warned big chains including Fitness First, Virgin Active and Sports Direct to sit up and listen.
A provider of luxury student accommodation has rolled out 16 new residences to cope with the demand for flats. Does this signal that the work-life balance is disintegrating and from an earlier age? And is it a bad thing?
With a new full Conservative government, it was thought fresh business-centric revelations would be made during the Queen's state opening speech, however, that wasn't the case.
From the laws of gravity to the laptop, British ingenuity has shaped our world. Britain has had a strong and proud history of championing new ideas and inventions.
The UK economy may be growing faster than any "advanced nation", but productivity is a problem with output per hour worked still two per cent below its pre-crisis level, according to the Office of National Statistics. Professor James Hayton believes that growth is being hampered by a lack of management skills.
Online review channel Trustpilot, which was built to give consumers a voice and businesses the opportunity to be transparent about their services, has proved honesty is the best policy by securing a $73.5m Series D round.
Both BuzzFeed and Snapchat announced plans for IPOs, following discussion about the companies' futures.
In its latest campaign, animal rights group PETA has asked that Ye Olde Fighting Cocks – Britain's oldest pub – is renamed to Ye Olde Clever Cocks "in recognition of society’s growing compassion for animals and in celebration of intelligent, sensitive chickens".
The British Business Bank announced a £17.5m investment in Passion Capital, for the venture investment firm's £45m second fund.
Social media is no longer a mere source of entertainment, and has evolved to disrupt the recruitment process by offering businesses a much more innovative way to fill vacancies.