Government, business associations and individual firms can help refugees contribute to the economy.
The founder of SuperGroup, Julian Dunkerton, has designs on China's $351bn fashion market.
London office workers would rather see the back of their colleagues than say goodbye to coffee.
With Japan being home to the world's most oldest businesses, we took a look at how the firms managed to stand the test of time. The answer: by carrying on the family name.
Stephen Morgan, co-founder of digital transformation business Squiz, advises how businesses can drive innovation and cause market disruption
Sandra Kerr OBE, race equality director at Business in the Community, highlights the furore around Idris Elba playing James Bond as an example of how unconscious racial bias can slip into recruitment.
Telecoms giant BT unveiled its Digital Future yesterday, including improving broadband speeds and coverage to all of the UK.
Many more companies in London and the South East of England have used crowdfunding finance than in Scotland, new academic research has determined.
Cashing in on years of experience and becoming a consultant can be an attractive proposition. More freedom, increased flexibility and, often, more money. But what happens if you find yourself tired of variable earnings and crave the stability of a permanent role?
James Collins, MD at Rakuten Attribution, part of Rakuten Marketing, explains why data that provides marketers with an understanding their customers’ full journey to purchase is critical.
Twitter isn't just for teenage trolls spewing nonsense about One Direction – it's a powerful tool for businesses and individuals to share their products and thoughts with the masses. As such, we've rounded up the influential business personalities likely to have enterprise guidance you can adopt, as well as some to avoid.
Amid allegations that Volkswagen (VW) used software to trick US regulators measuring toxic emissions on its diesel vehicles, experts fear a global recall.