In a frank and impromptu Q&A in front of the press today, Real Business heard first-hand of the Virgin founder’s fury and upset at the nation’s decision to leave the European Union, claiming that it’s been a “bloodbath” since the announcement was made.
The Queen is required by law to submit her tax returns each year, just like the rest of us. Her Majesty’s latest financial figures, "The Sovereign Grant Report 2015/16," reveal that the royal coffers are in good health – almost too good perhaps.
Private hire company Addison Lee has closed a new acquisition, snapping up an executive car service that is nearly as old as the London-based business.
With reference from great leaders such as Jack Welch, Steve Jobs and Ross Perot, JE Invest's managing director, Andrew Low, unveils five hiring tactics that could be helping the competition – especially if you don't know.
Uber, Airbnb and Netflix are tired and overused sources of inspiration when it comes to business transformation. But what so many organisations fail to understand is how successful business transformation is born.
Now that the British public has made its choice about whether to stay in or leave the European Union, much of the conversation has turned to the exit strategy – and the so-called “Article 50”. But what does it actually mean?
Mergers and acquisitions in the wealth management sector have been creating a flurry of activity over the past year with 2015 setting a record 124 deals, compared to 83 in 2014. This movement is a sign of the changing shape of the wealth management industry, but it does not present the whole picture.
While the UK's politicians are bickering among themselves and doing nothing to calm our uncertainty, business leaders need to take note of Mark Carney and provide the voice of stability.
It’s often said that a company website is an online shop window. You wouldn’t expect people to walk into your shop if the windows were stained with bird droppings, so would you expect shoppers to stay on a bad website?