Former England captain Sol Campbell has confirmed he will stand for election to replace Boris Johnson as London’s mayor in 2016.
According to research compiled by OC&C Strategy Consultants, PayPal and Google, the world’s largest ecommerce markets – the UK included – will double in size by 2018 to £645bn.
Top management with bad habits are seemingly poisoning the workforce, as their behaviour rubs off on middle management to create a knock-on effect, according to a study from the Rotterdam School of Management at Erasmus University.
The overriding reason for the shortage of women in top positions is due to men's determination to retain control, according to new research. Women are more likely to reach senior positions when there's a woman CEO.
Some 50 Conservative MPs have formed a group called Conservatives for Britain, aiming to fight for a Brexit and “end the supremacy of EU law over more matters of British life”. Prime minister David Cameron has warned that the move could loose them their jobs.
There are now over 4.2 million people across the UK working from home, according to the TUC, which is up by more than 800,000 since 2005.
Last week I read with interest on e-Science News that Harvard University has begun the extensive task of preserving its rapidly ageing digital materials. Higher education is one of many areas in which there is a growing amount of traction for this issue, with banks of research data continuing to grow while the digital formats upon which the material is stored begin to age.
The Premier League dominated the top ten of football's most valuable brands and despite a couple of sub-par seasons, Manchester United has maintained its commercial success to reclaim the number one position.
Top companies usually have one thing in common: killer perks for workers. However, Real Business found that employers who treated staff well often didn't need to rely on flashy perks, while those who treated staff poorly often ended up included in class action lawsuits.
Three new British entrepreneurs have secured a trip on Virgin Atlantic’s debut flight from London to Detroit on 11 June, and will receive business guidance from airline boss Richard Branson, Crowdfunder's chairman Rob Love and more.
Russell Gould, COO at Everline and ezbob, crunches some numbers and looks at whether small businesses are being turned off of pursuing future growth because of a lack of expansion capital.
With major organisations coming round to the fact that the business community has a role to play in educating this nation's future workforce, the planned cuts to universities doesn't have to be as big a hit as some fear.