Having exited her company though a £725m take-private exit in November 2014, Vin Murria has been appointed an independent non-executive director at online property marketplace Zoopla.
Charles Dalton-Moore had been COO for a global games publisher in Singapore until the company moved its headquarters to Turkey. Deciding to take on a fresh challenge, he opted for a rather different path and now runs Norrom, a company manufacturing fish tanks.
In its first move since the death of its patriarch Michele Ferrero earlier in 2015, Italian chocolate maker Ferrero Rocher has made a bid for Thorntons in order to grow its UK market.
Award-winning singer Taylor Swift has written an open letter to Apple and slammed the tech firm for expecting musicians, particularly new artists, to contribute their work to Apple Music for three months without pay. The company has now backtracked and caved to the demands.
Any further changes to curb migration will have a damaging and destabilising effect on a company's ability to recruit skilled labour, argues Kathryn Bradbury.
At last, like Champagne and Parma ham, the great British apprenticeship is something considered so valuable, its status and quality are now protected by law.
Technology continues to revolutionise all aspects of our lives. From the way we communicate to the way we make financial transactions, from how we watch TV to the way we shop – there isn’t a single industry which isn’t being shaken up by the growth of digital products and services.
British football club Manchester City is partnering with mobile platform Ideas Britain to locate “grassroots innovators” who have innovative ideas for technology in sport.