Sandi Krakowski, founder of A Real Change International and Sandpaper Tablet, used to have an average salary of between $100,000 (£64,954) and $300,000 (£194,864) per year. That has now changed, with Krakowski giving herself just $1.
Fears that the economy has hit a turning point have been raised as optimism amongst UK businesses falters.
In partnership with Samsung, Marriott Hotels has launched a new “VRoom Service” channel for guests, which is designed to engage customers with virtual reality by combining “storytelling with technology”.
Effective performance management is the cornerstone of every successful business. Here are four principles of effective performance management to guarantee success.
During 2015, product recalls have bucked long-term trends and decreased in number. But what procedures should you follow if you do need to recall a product
One of the difficult duties of MPs involves setting a constant good example. But as Jeremy Corbyn names John McDonnell as Labour's new shadow chancellor, we took a look into his "unparliamentary" and somewhat controversial past behaviour.
Parliament is debating the new Trade Union Bill today, but what does it mean for business
The Rugby World Cup 2015 is set to be a big boon for British businesses, but in a world where sport and entrepreneurship are increasingly aligned, which teams are the winners and losers when it comes to social media activity
In honour of London Fintech Week 2015 we’re taking a look back at a few of the outstanding and disruptive fintech companies featured in the Everline Future 50 over the past few years, and examining where each are now.
Research from Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business debunked some common break-time myths by unveiling when, where and how to plan the most beneficial daily escapes from the job.
Retail footfall figures dropped again in August, putting extra pressure on retailers to respond.
A third of British workers said they suffer from the Sunday night blues every week and want more help at work to cope.