Researchers from the Fisher College of Business analysed data from 49 Formula 1 teams over the course of 30 years, and found that innovation can be overrated.
British Airways has marked the relaunch of its On Business loyalty scheme by buckling up into a partnership with a Texas-based startup incubator, which will provide UK business owners with the chance to secure mentoring.
The Reverend Jesse Jackson has taken a year long swipe at the US tech giants, criticising the firms for lacking black leaders and role models.
British manufacturers fear they are falling behind their global rivals when it comes to dreaming up new products because of a lack of government investment.
European stock markets have posted heavy falls after China’s stock market suffered its biggest plunge since 2007. Experts have started to question whether this could be the beginning of the next financial crisis.
Former investor on BBC's Dragons' Den, Piers Linney, observes the importance of the office and why, despite the rise of remote working, a fixed premises can't become a thing of the past just yet.
Some 91 per cent of small to medium-sized businesses across London believe recruiting millennials is the key to achieving future business growth and success, according to Lloyds Bank Commercial banking.
Gone are the days of shoppers nabbing a bargain at the January sales alone; retailers now seem to be in a continuous discounting cycle – something Love The Sales aims to capitalise on.
The CBI has hailed a faster "twin-engined" UK economic recovery, driven by mounting household spending and more robust business investment.
European venture capital firm Lakestar has closed a new €350m fund. The oversubscribed pot will provide “personal attention and support” alongside finance to firms with the potential to repeat the success of earlier investment projects like Facebook.
Mike Weston, CEO of data science consultancy Profusion, discusses the growing trend of wearable devices at work and what employers need to think about before bringing them on board.
Less than a fifth of directors at "Silicon Roundabout" tech companies are women – fewer than the often criticised number of females in the top jobs in the FTSE 100.