Ever wonder what it would be like to have your dog come with you to the office A surprising number of businesses now recognise the added value of allowing them in the workplace – so we talked to Pooch & Mutt boss Guy Blaskey on how his dog Pepper has truly helped the company.
Whether it be arguments about funding, personnel or strategic direction, conflict is often par for the course when it comes to growing companies. However, in these extreme cases, it can prove pretty harmful to ultimate success.
An Australian business which is producing a dog collar fusing GPS tracking technology and tools to monitor a pet’s health has taken to Kickstarter in the hope of securing $385,000.
Head of data science at Twitter, Siddharth Patil – originally part of the West Coast Blackjack Club that inspired the book "Bringing Down the House" and the movie 21 – has revealed what blackjack can teach you about data science.
Scottish entrepreneur Michelle Mone has stepped down from her board positions at MJM International and Ultimo Brands International, freeing her up to focus on what she has identified as “new business interests” and responsibility to promote entrepreneurship in disadvantaged areas.
Unlike the ancient tomes of law that regulate more traditional forms of trade, a lot of laws for business on digital platforms are relatively recent and as such are more frequently side-lined by companies with eyes on the prize.
With the arrival of Samsung Pay to complement/battle Apple Pay – and with Android Pay bringing up the rear in a few months – going cashless just got a lot easier and ever more secure.
While many business founders may feel possessive about anyone else taking the reins, they're not always the best person for the job. We've compiled a list of five notable examples who were renowned for setting up a company, but weren't quite so successful at running it.
During a conference call discussing Tesla’s second-quarter financial results, an analyst asked CEO Elon Musk whether Uber would truly be buying autonomous cars produced by Tesla. Musk's response has sparked far more questions than answers.