As supermarkets look for new ways to attain and maintain customer interest, Waitrose has launched a scheme where loyal shoppers can pick their ten favourite items on which they'll receive a 20 per cent discount on every shop.
A survey commissioned by Epicor Software, in conjunction with Redshift Research, has revealed that an inability to access the right financial information is having a direct impact on business performance and, in turn, CFOs’ reputations.
In a week which is supposed be be showcasing the fast-growth London technology sector, it is alarming that a special on-ramp designed to make it easier for these companies to float has only had two takers.
Chocolatier Amelia Rope tells us why her PA background has stood her in good stead for juggling all elements of a business, and just how good relationships are fundamental to exporting success.
It's come to light that two-thirds of British workers who are employed at the same place as their partners believe operating in such a close proximity improves their work output.
John Lewis boasts an impressive reputation among consumers, staff and rivals alike, making it a tough act to follow. On the other side of the coin, a study from the PRCA has looked at why employees would be embarrassed to admit where they work.
CEO Satya Nadella has overhauled the company’s leadership as part of several Microsoft sections being merged – including getting rid of former Nokia chief executive Stephen Elop.
While this may be the “Age of the Digital Enterprise,” data and information are proliferating at such an exponential rate that productivity has actually slowed in the 21st century.
Juan Lobato, the CEO of BaseKit, explains why transparency should be the focal point of any business considering partnerships.
Rupert Murdoch, the founder, chairman and CEO of global film and TV business 21st Century Fox, will stand down from his chief executive officer role to make way for his son James Murdoch.
Nigella Lawson, Jamie Oliver and Yotam Ottolenghi are but a few of the 15 chefs, restauranteurs and food writers to back a venture that will turn unused spaces in London into pop-up markets.
You’d think that the president of Nintendo of America would know how to play video games, but it has clearly been demonstrated that he could do with a lot more practice.