Productivity has become one of the most talked about subjects in recent months. As such, Real Business pulled together the thoughts of EAT, StuRents and Motorclean to find out how innovation such as video conferencing, efficiency software and abandoning paper sales notes are bringing big returns.
Religious discrimination legislation has been in place in the UK since 2003. However, a survey by the Equality and Human Right Commission revealed that these laws are confusing workers and employers alike – so we collected a sample of cases to explain the basics.
For the 17th year in a row, the Growing Business Awards will bring together the cream of the small and medium-sized British business space for one night, and expose some remarkable stories.
Liverpool striker Raheem Sterling has been identified as the most valuable young player in European football, according to a Soccerex study by Prime Time Sport.
Latin American-themed restaurant chain Las Iguanas has been acquired by the Casual Dining Group, owner of Cafe Rouge and Bella Italia, for a sum of £85m.
Ahead of the government's emergency Budget, Karan Bilimoria, founder of Cobra Beer, has unveiled the steps that chancellor George Osborne will need to take if he is to bridge the productivity gap and make Britain the best place to do business.
Total revenues increased 11 per cent for Cineworld during the first half of 2015. Releases including Jurassic World showed there's still value in the traditional film-going experience, but the rise of streaming services means the industry is under pressure to keep delivering.
Digital consumer engagement company Eagle Eye, which has former Tesco leader Terry Leahy on the board as an investor and non-executive director, has secured a “multi-year contract” with Sainsbury’s.
The billionaire CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffett, has continued on his path to giving away nearly all of his wealth by donating around $2.84bn of the company's stock to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, as well as four family charities.
Ofcom's review of complaints handled by telecoms operators in 2010 has seen companies such as Three levied with fines. The latest company to face a penalty for lax procedures is EE.
European users of Visa cards have collectively made 1.1 billion contactless payments in the past year, generating a spend of €12.6bn.
Toby Triebel, Spotcap co-founder and CEO, uses his advice as an entrepreneur and investor to provide some insight into where business builders can look to for capital – with the banks appetite for risk at at all-time low.