Increasing the proportion of female traders makes the market more volatile, but at the same time can reduce the occurrence of the most extreme crashes.
Often perceived as dishonest, financial advisers tend to be ranked among the least trustworthy professionals – and new research from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business suggests this public perception may be deserved.
A study has revealed the top ten dream careers UK adults had when they were children, as well as the five living Brits that are considered the most inspirational individuals – which saw Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling lead the way.
Automotive giant Jaguar Land Rover has launched InMotion, a new startup arm of the business that will use tech to develop mobile services designed to solve issues faced in the transport industry.
There’s no shortage of discussion in the media about the potential perils of the so called "always on" culture and not least, the part played by mobile technology in muddying of the boundaries between work and life.
The turbulence in the economy over the last few years has, quite rightly, made staying in business the sole focus of SMEs. However, it’s important to not forget the communities in which our businesses are based and the unique position we are in to play a role in improving areas and people’s lives.
Bosses may have felt a backlash in terms of productivity of late, and it’s all because of the modern firm’s focus on increased collaboration. This raises the question of whether teamwork is truly necessary when it comes to staff getting the job done.
Twitter celebrated its tenth anniversary on 21 March – however, the milestone has prompted many to question the social network’s relevancy today and, most importantly, its future.
With the road to the top being hard to travel, we asked a panel of our Future 50 alumni – those disrupting their industries – how they grew their own companies to the tune of great success.