Business and politics has always been a combustible combination, but despite Donald Trump giving entrepreneurs in the political realm a bad name, there have been some successes. We took a look at five entrepreneurs who challenged the stereotype.
Northern Chambers of Commerce want policy changes made in transport, skills training and immigration to take into account needs of the region.
After realising the impact the digital experience had on the business, Trainline's CEO, Clare Gilmartin, hired Hailo's award-winning chief product designer to enhance its mobile offering.
A competition to find the best and worst workplace views has come to an end, so here's a look at the winners and losers that span locations including Bournemouth, Edinburgh, Peterborough, London and more.
SMEs are being encouraged to sell through Amazon and boost overseas trade, in light of ambitious government target to hit £1tn in exports by 2020.
With technology seemingly having changed the retail banking industry for good, we took a look at five challenger banks which gained banking licences and focused on technology in an attempt to beat the larger competition.
If you're ever starved of an excuse to bag a few hours off work, or are a boss wondering what be a porky pie, here are some of the nation's favourites.
Research from the Federation of Small Businesses has found that most small firms want to remain in the EU.
Online luxury mattress firm Leesa is offering customers a new way to get a better night's sleep – and have money in the bank from the likes of Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine to go global.
Job applicants are often the ones being judged by prospective employers as they find themselves in the spotlight and under interrogation during interviews. However, it's actually the interviewers that are the ones to watch, with some of them turning up drunk.
Research from Robert Half revealed that accounting and finance professionals increasingly need to have soft skills, as well as technical ability, in order to make it to the top.
On the day the government’s Enterprise Bill is published, minister for small business Anna Soubry told Real Business that she is after an open dialogue with company leaders throughout the UK to find out what is making their lives painful.