The 11th annual Real Business First Women Awards produced another stellar crop of leading ladies, including those heading up transformational change at companies such as EY, Quintessentially Events, Unilever and Pai Skincare.
The tech industry is full of all creatures great and small and, regardless of size, companies in the sector are often considered innovative disruptors. So what does it take for a startup to create the right environment
The chief financial officer of consumer-facing local business marketplace Yelp, Rob Krolik, has joined the board of media engagement firm Shazam, which suggests an IPO could be on the way.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has called for longer prison sentences for bankers who break the law, suggesting that individuals and companies alike must take greater responsibility.
The incoming CEO of Grant Thornton UK has said too many women make the mistake of trying to emulate men in the workplace in order to get ahead.
Ignoring your legal accountability can be a costly mistake as nearly half of businesses realise too late. For a round-up of what you need to know, here are five areas in law that businesses are often tripped up by as they grow.
The UK's competition watchdog, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), has ordered Ryanair to sell down its 29.8 per cent stake in Aer Lingus to just five per cent.
Aided by Cardiff Chinese restaurant Hokkei, which was founded by two MasterChef finalists, Welsh businesses are on the verge of raising over £1m through Seedrs. The equity crowdfunding service has now revealed a commitment to companies in Wales and declared the milestone will only be the beginning.
While an estimated 14.1m British people want flexibility in their working hours, Timewise's analysis of 3.5m job adverts found that just 6.2 per cent of companies mentioned a degree of flexibility and offered a salary deemed high enough to live on.
The chancellor has announced RBS is going to be sold off, at a loss to taxpayers of over £7bn. He said it was “the right thing to do”.