Research by the L'Oréal Foundation and OpinionWay has found that female scientists still have a way to go in terms of being equal in the eyes of the British public. We took a look at the obstacles that have previously kept female scientists at bay, and how they are viewed today.
With the £114m purchase of Unruly by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp marking a turning point for one of the UK’s most successful technology companies in recent times, what are both parties getting out of the transaction
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Ahead of the 17th annual Growing Business Awards in November, you have until 18 September to nominate the companies which exemplify best in class when it comes to categories including exporting, innovation, brand building and entrepreneurship.
Confidence may be the keystone to leadership, but some bosses are shy and have had to work hard to develop their self-confidence and succeed. Comfort Zone Crusher founder Till Gross says he has the perfect – yet terrifying – solution to help anyone overcome their fears.
After demonstrating success in helping the likes of Evian, T-Mobile and Adidas create and distribute viral videos, London-based Unruly has been acquired by News Corp in a deal worth £114m.
Alyssa Bantle, global curriculum manager at Crown World Mobility, discusses how to not only enable businesses to see conference calls as an opportunity to build global leadership skills, but also to deliver them successfully.
After a dreary summer of retail sales, how can retailers use reviews to bounce back from the summer slump Here are four tips.
After realising that Facebook users had been calling out for a “dislike” button for years, founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg used a Q&A session at the company’s headquarters to reveal plans to introduce just so – but is the new change going far enough
Attending the Rugby World Cup in a business capacity and to network This must-read guide will help you to navigate the cultural minefield.