Whether you’re an online retailer or the owner of a brick and mortar store, Amazon is likely your most formidable foe. However, you may find that you have the competitive edge when it comes to taking the behemoth head-on – at least that's what Flubit discovered.
While KPMG partner Bivek Sharma has experienced first-hand what it is like to grow a small and agile company, he is now using that grounding to sprinkle a dash of innovation and entrepreneurialism into the corporate world of professional services.
Tim Hunt, winner of the Nobel Prize in 2001, has offered a somewhat confused apology for recent remarks made about his “trouble with girls” in labs, while maintaining he had “meant to be honest”.
While 33 per cent of those working in the digital sector in 2012 were female, the figure has dropped to 26 per cent in 2015, new research showed.
Aldermore Bank's Simon Healy explores why SME savings habits should be reviewed more attentively, and why shopping around should be a higher priority for businesses.
More than 50 tech and digital entrepreneurs have committed £18.5m to social good through philanthropic campaign the Founders Pledge, which is funded by them donating at least two per cent of their personal salaries following an exit.
Johann Rupert, CEO of luxury goods company Richemont – who has made billions through brands including Cartier and Chloe – said replacing workers with robots will escalate the tension between the rich and the poor.
Following on from the success of 2014′s maiden London Technology Week, which saw 40,000 people from 40 countries come together, 2015’s initiative will include 200 events. However, with such a crammed schedule, we've picked out the ten essential highlights.
Over the last couple of months, the news has been filled with multi-billion deals. Brian Gentile, senior vice president at TIBCO, highlights the opportunities made available by data analytics during a merger and acquisition.
Glasgow-headquartered Entrepreneurial Spark is taking its UK-wide business accelerator network international and will focus on supporting new companies and entrepreneurs in India.
Glassdoor has released its annual Employees’ Choice Awards for the Highest Rated CEOs for 2015. Those vying for the top spot included Three's David Dyson and HomeServe's Martin Bennett, but where did they rank?
In a speech to a UK and Israel business dinner in London, Sajid Javid looked to solidify trade relations between the countries by saying, just like millions of Israelis, his mother too is waiting for him to get a “proper job”.