Millionaire businessman Bhanwarlal Doshi has given up the fortune he amassed from the plastics industry and taken a vow of celibacy in order to become a Jain monk, the Times of India has reported.
From the traditional designations of Shoreditch and Silicon Valley to the less well-trodden hubs of Osaka and Santiago, new research has revealed the “hippest” places to have an office address.
Experience is most valuable to employers, rather than grades or the university attended, according to a new report. What about those who want to start up their own businesses?
Crowdfunding, the increasingly popular alternative finance model, continues to support all business sectors. The latest demonstration of this has seen independent filmmaker Sarah Lewis harness the channel to make a movie on Soho-based hair salon We Are Cuts, famed for styling stars including David Bowie.
An online platform which puts people in contact with local sports instructors has announced a successful seeding round – led by private investors working with investment body The Angel CoFund.
PwC's annual global market capitalisation study saw the number of Chinese companies in the Top 100 overtake the UK, bumping British businesses into third place.
Morrisons is not only facing the possibility of loosing its place in the FTSE 100, it is preparing for a shareholder revolt over the £3m payout handed out to the supermarket giant’s ousted CEO Dalton Philips.
In a recent US legal case, lawyer Ellen Pao took her Silicon Valley employers to court over claims of sexism, lost her case and was ordered to pay legal costs of nearly £660,000. She argued that she was subjected to a sexually charged atmosphere, denied promotion and then dismissed because of her gender.