With AIM now more than two decades old, Ashfords partner James Lyons analyses how much of a success it has been as a junior market, and just what goes into becoming a public company these days.
The London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) CEO outlines why membership of the EU is like a marriage – and why Britain should help lead the charge in tackling the Union's weaknesses.
The winners of this year's Wimbledon singles finals will both take home £1.88m, but endorsement deals still make up a considerable chunk of the top players' annual earnings. Having commercial appeal is important to any player looking to up their financial status – but it can also be something of a distraction.
Some 15 per cent of the UK's undergraduates are inspired to create their own companies after leaving university, according to Direct Line for Business, inspired by Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg and Google's founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin.
Over the last few years we’ve seen more and more musicians fight for their royalty payments, conscious that the advances in digital technology has led to a shift in the buying habits of many consumers. Why buy an album for £10.99 when you can buy the track you really want for 99p
The co-founder of Apple has adjusted his previous prediction that robots could spell the end of humankind, instead suggesting we could be the family pets of the future.
Jane MacKay, partner at Crowe Clark Whitehill, provides sage advice on what to consider when exporting – including planning and research, tax structures, government support and protection.
New guidelines from the health watchdog NICE reckon that employees should encourage their bosses to let them set their own working hours to improve their health, wellbeing and productivity in their jobs.
An increasing amount of money is being spent by British holidaymakers abroad, according to a study that found £35.5bn was spent overseas in 2014.
OneWeb – which aims to bring about global satellite internet – recently announced a $500m series A round with investors including the Coca-Cola Company, Airbus Group and Hughes Network Systems.
A technology startup founded in 2011 has closed a Series B funding round, backed by venture capital firms Panoramic Growth Equity and Smedvig Capital.