Many will still be celebrating the end of 2017, a year filled with tumultuous and confusing economic statistics. But for all the uncertainty and changes that came about, we enter 2018 more stable than we’d like to think.
Leader of Manchester City Vincent Kompany has achieved a personal ambition by obtaining a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree, comparing management of personal finances to running a business.
The bibliophile and author, Anatole France, once said: “It is well for the heart to be naïve and the mind not to be.” Britain in 2017 has seen far too many examples economic naivety – the heart ruling the head.
Financial services technology company Monitise has sold MyVoucherCodes to GoComare for £36.6m, three years after buying it for £55m.
Now 13 series old, BBC TV show The Apprentice needs a shake from up Alan Sugar to better fit with its entrepreneurial leaning and investment prize.
Have you found yourself confused about Lord Sugar’s double hiring at the end of this year’s series of The Apprentice? I’m not.
A massive part of building a business is building a brand and a culture – think Starbucks, Nike and Cadbury.
When the starter’s pistol was fired for our exit from the European Union on 23 June 2016, there was an expectation that the country would hit the ground running and race towards the independence just over half of Britain were so desperate to have.
Earlier this year we hailed the companies that feel duty-bound to give back. Our mission to find more like-minded businesses will continue in 2018 – will you be one of them?
The Autumn Budget contained numerous announcements, including further investment for training staff and educating pupils. Our November 2017 economic statistics unveil why it couldn’t have come at a better time.
The anticipation was palpable as Philip Hammond made his way to Parliament to deliver his Autumn Budget, but I was left a little flat.
With three The Apprentice 2017 candidates fired in the latest episode, Lord Sugar isn’t taking any prisoners. Knowing the process first-hand, 2014 winner Mark Wright has predicted his final five.