Government-backed agency Tech North is facing uncertainty following the resignation of its first head, Claire Braithwaite, after less than a year in the role.
To promote its new Range Rover SVAutobiography, Land Rover is offering the customers “the most luxurious road trip on Earth” which will cross five continents, eight countries and nine of the world’s finest hotels over 21 days – all for at least £100,000.
In 2014, the subject of workplace culture was so prevalent that Merrian-Webster identified it as the word of the year. With this being based on the number of “lookups” of crises that appeared in the news, it seems it remains an elusive subject for some – including these five firms.
An increased demand for storefronts in luxurious locations sent central London commercial property rents up by 18 per cent in 2015.
Tesco has, according to the Groceries Code Adjudicator, breached its code by prioritising its own finances over the fair treatment of its suppliers.
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When I first started work I didn’t even consider gender as an issue. At the age of 29, however, I attended a leadership course that completely changed my understanding of who I was.
As Holland and Barrett becomes the latest company to apply blanket cost-pressure to its suppliers, many smaller businesses once again face the dilemma of whether to comply, or fight back.
If you're tired of posed pictures and the selfie obsession then you'll probably enjoy the story of Ranjet Chohan and his business Pollpic – set up to provide people with a second opinion through social media.
While your company's revenues might be soaring, and employee satisfaction at an all time high, Legal & General's Richard Kateley explains why it is still crucial to put in place protections should the tides turn and fortunes change in an instant.