It’s a phrase that is normally associated with bad media headlines and political controversy, but for former graphic designer Chris Holbrook, “Post Code Lottery” has been very good news.
While academic study might not be at the top of the agenda for several returning college students, beer most likely will be. They could also think of saving money by brewing it themselves – which was the case for Alex Dixon and Ralph Broadbent.
A study has found that chief financial officers can be named as one of six types based on their approaches to leadership. It turns out you may want to be careful about what type of person is managing the accounts of your company, as they could damage the business.
Recruitment entrepreneur Beatrice Bartlay has refuted celebrity cook Annabel Karmel’s comments on how women cannot keep up with men in the workplace.
Learning to create leaders in your company is an incredibly valuable skill. Billion-dollar software company Valve has managed to do this better than most. Here's how.
Many firms don't understand the value of their intellectual property (IP). Here are four ways you can start making money from your IP.
As the new series of the hit BBC series "The Apprentice" comes to UK screens for an 11th year, Lord Sugar has been sharing his advice for entrepreneurs.
"Brexit" is the elephant in the room for business at the moment. But what do SMEs need to do to prepare, if anything
With more people than ever working in sedentary “knowledge worker” jobs, most of us are familiar with the downside of sitting at our desks for too long. Here is how to avoid catching the "sitting disease".
The tube strikes may have come to a halt for now, but what can business owners do to keep their staff working during travel disruptions
With paying staff correctly being one of the most important aspects of maintaining a happy and healthy working relationship with all employees, Nathan Combes, senior associate of employment at Lupton Fawcett Denison Till, reveals what employers need to know.
The Safe Harbour agreement, which allows the transatlantic sharing of data, has recently been ruled illegal by the European Court of Justice (ECJ).