When HotelTonight was created in 2010, it was created on the back of a product vision – but also a people vision. That combination has resulted in the company possessing a carefully crafted culture that houses a motivated workforce and incredible growth metrics, as co-founder and COO Jared Simon has detailed to Real Business.
Toshiba CEO Hisao Tanaka, as well as chairman Masashi Muromachi and vice-chairman Norio Sasaki, will be stepping down due to the company overstating its profits by £780m.
With the retail sector's workforce expected to increase to 3.2m in 2020, the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) has highlighted the importance of up-skilling current employees and taking advantage of the changing landscape, in order to recruit technically skilled staff.
As one of two new categories in this year’s Growing Business Awards, we look at what B2B Business of the Year will be looking to uncover – analysing how attractive the business-to-business space has become for new and existing company builders.
London-based Antix, which provides mobile video editing tools for extreme sports enthusiasts, has secured a £1.2m investment from California-based drone and streaming specialist Trace Live Networks.
Research has found that a focus on shorter working hours and an increase of sleep could help the the UK improve its lack of productivity.
British retailer John Lewis has made a big play to dominate the homeware market with a £14m makeover to the home department of its flagship store on Oxford Street, which will be unveiled in September.
The Conservative government has unveiled plans to “remake and enhance” the accounting principles for US and Japanese companies moving to Britain, giving businesses up to four years to comply.
In a bid to boost international expansion, children's video learning app Hopster has made two senior technical appointments – including the addition of a Made.com executive – and plans to grow its presence on Apple TV.
As the FCA's latest CEO falls by the wayside, Barry James urges Osborne and the government to pause for a moment and think long and hard about a decision that will have a profound impact on the world of finance in the coming decade – remembering to marry regulation with innovation.