Neil Bentley, chief executive of the professional network for LGBT and ally senior executives, spoke to Real Business about where companies should be focusing efforts to improve diversity and his aims for further transforming the workplace.
The second outing of London Technology Week began a quarter of the way up The Shard this morning, but is an ongoing focus solely on the capital the best way to drive the sector forward?
Apple is ready to introduce Apple Pay to British businesses. Never before has buying goods and services from SMEs and big brands by using your mobile device been easier or more secure.
A former marketing executive for Harrods and News Corporation has secured a £750,000 investment to grow his family-centric travel media business as the school holidays approach.
In an effort to “strengthen” the reputation of apprenticeships, and ensure the process as a recognised career path is treated as equal to higher education, David Cameron’s administration has announced formal protection of the word.
A battle between Britain's middle class and working class has been discovered, with the former receiving preferential treatment ahead of the latter when it comes to securing top jobs with elite professional services firms based on their "poshness".
It's likely that at some point in your career, you've dreamt about the day you could tell your boss to shove it. As such, we've rounded up ten of the most controversial resignations of recent years, some of which were particularly bright – while others were destined to backfire.
Coinciding with the launch of London Technology Week, recent research has claimed that the capital has retained its position as the most popular tech hub in Europe, and is forecast to boost its economy by £18bn in 2015.
The highly anticipated dinosaur blockbuster made $511.8m worldwide. Jurassic World's success marked the first time a film has ever opened higher than $500m.
As the fintech market continues to surge, mobile apps have become the number one method for consumers to manage finances, a report from the British Bankers' Association (BBA) has found.
In his Mansion House speech, the governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, signalled the end to the "culture of impunity" for pin-striped villains known as bankers, who have shown so much contempt for the law, according to Pimlico founder Charlie Mullins.
Matthew Goodwin from Wright Hassall takes a look at some of the frequently asked questions in terms of the ability to recover legal costs at the end of litigation.