The proportion of non-white managers in 7,700 positions below the boardroom level of FTSE 100 companies has fallen to 5.7 per cent from 6.2 per cent a year ago, a new study has found.
The Night Time Industries Assocation (NTIA) has compiled a new “Forward Into The Night” report, which found that six per cent of the UK's GDP is generated by nighttime businesses. It called on further government support to “champion one of the UK's most culturally significant industries”.
Heinz has had to apologise for taunting customers with marketing techniques much too saucy for them to handle.
After Shaun Wills left the company due to being declared bankrupt, SuperGroup announced that former Dunelm Group CEO Nick Wharton would be taking on the temporary role of CFO – a job which has now been made permanent.
American rock band Linkin Park has brought on board a "creative business executive" to help its move towards global brand partnerships and venture capital, with music taking a back seat.
Last week O2’s enterprise accelerator Wayra released its StartupDNA report on the UK’s burgeoning startup community and found that Britain is leading the way in the world for female entrepreneurship.
A new report from PwC has estimated that Britain could do a great deal more to provide for older employees. If more employers saw the ageing workforce as a resource rather than a problem, the UK economy would reap the benefits.
Amanda White is the head of rail at Transport for Greater Manchester and despite working in a male-dominated sector, the former engineering trainee has become a leader in her field and would have other women aspire to do the same.