British actress Kate Winslet may have just found an enemy in the form of The Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence, after calling the pay gap dispute the star is leading “vulgar”.
If the weather outside is frightful and your fire is so delightful, we don't blame you for wanting to stay in bed. However, just in case you do plan on having an impromptu sick day, you'll want to steer clear of these 20 terrible excuses British workers have used.
A new beer finder app is aiming to deliver the best pint and a level playing field for microbreweries challenging big drinks brands.
There are a plethora of apps in the market that claim to help the busiest people get more done, in less time. The problem is – who actually has the time to trawl through the myriad apps to find the few that truly give you back an extra hour a day
As millions of people head out to restaurants or order a takeaway this weekend, how many will be looking forward to tucking into a delicious plate of insects
Entrepreneurship is an increasingly glamorous idea in the modern world. It conjures up a vision of daring, ingenuity, and wild success. In part because of this alluring image, droves of new businesses are started every year – three quarters of these by men.
Andy Alderson, CEO and founder of Vanarama, explains how adopting the mentality of a football team in business can be a sure-fire way to keep your company ahead of the competition
Everyone makes mistakes, but errors in your accounts can be time-consuming to track down, difficult to repair and can have lasting damage on your reputation.
Driverless, or autonomous, vehicles are set to alter the face of motoring across the UK.
Nearly one-third of the UK SMEs have delayed their investment plans following problems in Greece and subsequent uncertainty in Europe.