The private equity firm behind Hobbs shoes is in talks with Jamie Oliver about acquiring a slice of his business. The chef plans to raise finance to open more stores within the UK, as well as fund international expansion.
What do you need to have a viral video on your hands? YouTube has just announced its five ads of the decade.
Despite the increase of coffee franchises and startups across the globe, Ethiopia, the birthplace of coffee, gains the least amount of income from it. Hugh Jackman aims to change the situation through venture Laughing Man.
Former Lehman Brothers CEO Richard Fuld, notorious for being one of the key reasons for the 2008 financial crisis, has offered his own views on why the financial crisis happened and why Lehman was such a great business.
New research from EE found that 29 per cent of people intending to set up a business over the next two years were planning on them being pop-ups.
The Sharing Economy UK's (SEUK) mission to help awareness and growth of the “insurgent” sector spread across Britain has received a renewed push as five new members, including Onfido and TrustedHousesitters, have joined the trade body.
The technology company is hoping its long-term strategy will pay off. Its efforts to lay out the journey publicly show Google is serious about making changes.
With the tenth largest deal during the first three months of 2015 totalling £17m, the period was a particularly active one for technology firms growing through venture capital investments.
With almost 30 years of retail experience with Arcadia and Sainsbury's, Poundland's existing chairman Darren Shapland has also been appointed as the new chairman of notonthehighstreet.com.
The delivery of the first Conservative Queen’s speech in almost 20 years marked a significant moment for the UK, with the government committing itself to introduce legislation with the aim to rebalance the economic recovery through the devolution of power and the creation of a "Northern Powerhouse".
With retailers around the globe concentrating their attention on Asia as the next frontier, many make the mistake of focusing too heavily on China.
UK businesses have experienced a difficult couple of years, as markets have been dominated by economic uncertainty. However, as we move through 2015, we are beginning to witness economic recovery momentum and confidence from business professionals is increasing.