A new survey found that employees want to be praised more by their bosses and to work on exciting projects.
London has moved ahead of New York to reclaim the position of leading financial centre across the globe, according to the ranking system of think tank Z/Yen.
Through the analysis of businesses such as Amazon, Google, LinkedIn and Etsy, Pinak Vedalankar, director of technology at SapientNitro, revealed three ingredients needed to create a successful company.
London-based employment law solicitors Thomas Mansfield pushed out a survey on workplace discrimination and collated some of the most shocking comments.
With Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn's resignation coming after the automaker was found to have installed software in its cars designed to cheat on emissions tests, we took a look at some of the biggest CEO resignations that happened throughout 2015.
There are always going to be costs when you start a business. One in particular is securing premises from which to run it, as signing a commercial lease can be incredibly expensive.
By utilising his huge brand qualities Donald Trump could persuade Americans to make him president.
British shoppers are planning to splash out on an extravagant Christmas after years of Scrooge-like belt-tightening in the downturn.
Given the stereotypes about American competitiveness, it might seem odd to consider embracing failure as one of our greatest assets. However, once you stop and think about it for a moment, it starts to make sense.
Singapore has come out on top for offering the best quality of life and career prospects for expats.
A long-running lawsuit over the ownership to “Happy Birthday” has been decided in favour of the people.
Charlotte Moore, founder of specialist food, drink and lifestyle copywriting company ThatCopyGirl.com, tells us why a business mentor is a must for every startup.