Ian Jindal, co-founder of InternetRetailing, highlights the game-changing events and key disruptions that have changed the retail landscape over the last ten years – and also takes a look ahead to the decade to come.
Despite former eBay executive Chris Payne becoming CEO of Tinder in March, replacing co-founder Sean Rad, the company has swiped left on Payne only a few months into the job to reinstate Rad from his position as president.
Seemingly taking inspiration from Oliver Twist to embrace their inner Artful Dodger, 61 per cent of British workers have confessed to their sins and admitted they've stolen from the office, believing it's a “perk of the job”.
Technology is plugging its way into every aspect of our lives and disrupting the boundaries of work and leisure. This means discarding the old definitions of work and productivity – and making the office obsolete.
Businesses across the UK require 134,000 new tech specialists annually, and digital apprenticeships have been hailed as the “key weapon” to unlock rapid business growth in all industries.
The dissolution of a business partnership can easily become rancorous – especially when run with your ex. Kirwans senior associate Paul Hunt gives advice to those who have decided to keep working together after a divorce.
With the 2015 Rugby World Cup now a little more than a month away, Paul Baross, presenter of TV show "The School of Hard Knocks", explains why rugby and business aren't that different though ten takeaway thoughts.