Having announced a new apprenticeship programme fusing accounting and football coaching in May, London-based team Chelsea hopes the recent success of the English at the women’s World Cup in Canada will boost applications when the initiative begins over the summer.
With a last-minute deal to stop Greece falling out of the single currency almost certain to bring misery, and newspapers alleging that Germany wants to treat Greece as a bust company, The City Grump believes its high time that the UK left the not-so-unified EU.
Sainsbury's is facing legal action from four female shopfloor workers who claim they are paid less than men positioned in roles of the same value.
In a space industry less focussed on the glamour and "fireworks" of manned missions across the universe, it's high time to attract talent through the art of story telling – more specifically through the use of science fiction.
US computer technology firm Dell has revealed a plan to supercharge its business with 1,000 new employees globally, with almost half being spread across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
After being announced earlier in summer, Apple Pay, the new mobile payments channel from Apple, has officially launched in the UK. As the face of British retail looks set to change forever, business execs from across the country, and those with overseas experience, have offered Real Business their thoughts, some good and some bad, on the arrival of the new technology.
The prime minister has announced that businesses will be forced to publish average salaries for the people they employ in an effort to address the gender pay gap.