Forbes has released its annual ranking of the world’s billionaires for 2016, which marks the 30th outing of the campaign. We’ve broken down the comprehensive financial study to list the ten wealthiest business moguls in the UK – and highly visible figure Richard Branson isn’t number one.
As our information processing capacity is limited, one of life’s most critical tasks is selectively responding to the stimuli that are the most relevant to our current goals. Selecting the most relevant bits of information from the constant flood is a challenge and to tackle this problem we must understand how to ignore irrelevant information.
Britain’s capital is finally set to experience the delayed night tube, as 84 per cent of Rail, Maritime and Transport Union (RMT) members have agreed to the terms offered by London Underground – following failure to launch for the Rugby World Cup on 12 September 2015.
The key to a successful, creative leader all boils down to confidence, a study by the University of Texas has found after it took a look at well-led teams in the modern workplace.
Increasing court costs, a lengthy formal process, and the risk of adverse publicity are all contributing to the rise of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
The fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in the UK are set to receive financial support as the government contributes £204m to universities across the country.
A study has broken down the luxury fashion appetites of high-earning men across seven countries to determine the premium brands that they’re most likely to spend their money on.
In the sales world, you will likely be told “no” more often than not. Even if you have a high closing ratio of 20-30 per cent, this means that you are being told “no” 70-80 per cent of the time, so it’s time to consider some ways to handle this rejection.
US streaming giant Netflix has launched a recruitment drive that calls for a "Grammaster", an Instagram photographer who will be paid $4,000 for a fortnight of work in film and TV locations across Europe and the Middle East.
Earlier this month Tech City published Tech Nation 2016 – the most accurate, comprehensive and up-to-date picture of the UK’s digital economy in existence. The report highlights some pretty impressive stats.
Until recently, the words “balanced” and “entrepreneur” were rarely found in the same sentence. However, equilibrium is indeed required for business success and enjoyment on the road to get there – just ask Richard Branson.
We hear from Shane Nolan, director of SMB UK & Ireland at Google, who shares his top tips for raising your brand profile with video as people globally watch over 300m hours of video each day on YouTube alone.