British universities have climbed up world reputation rankings, according to the latest table published by Times Higher Education. But with the UK's recent focus on innovation, we've unveiled which of the nations universities could be deemed truly entrepreneurial and have made a contribution to the economy.
People are most likely to think of a new business idea when they're in bed, according to new research. While remote working is now being favoured by some as a means of stimulating creativity outside of the office – the workplace is also still popular as a place where people come up with ideas.
The BBC plans to axe more than 1,000 employees in order to save the corporation £50m, which will be achieved by merging divisions and removing management tiers.
While many leading business figures are renowned for focusing on making money first and foremost, a Saudi business magnate and investor has just announced he plans to give away his £28bn fortune. His pledge may be extremely charitable, but he's not the only one making such extensive efforts to give back.
In an increasingly congested market, bicycle ecommerce business Always Riding has developed an offering which is bringing high quality cottage industry brands to discerning cyclists on a international stage.
London-based Hassle.com, the on-demand cleaning marketplace helping to develop the UK's sharing economy, has been acquired by Berlin-based counterpart Helpling in a move that will see the firms dominate Europe and expand globally.
Economists have long proposed many channels through which education may affect growth, but with the UK's universities being under threat from international rivals and global businesses starting to pick up speed, now might be time to start listening.
The government has responded to criticism from a House of Lords committee, which assessed the justification for HS2 as being "seriously deficient".
Startups and growing businesses looking to expand commercial ties with the UK are heading to the UK over the next few months, as part of a series of trade missions from the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia.