Companies in the UK oil and gas industry expect to create almost 40,000 new jobs over the next two years, according to new research from the Bank of Scotland.
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has welcomed a 'significant' vote today by MEPs in the European Parliament for a comprehensive overhaul of the EU payments market.
UK universities now generate £73bn in output, up 24 per cent from 2009, according to new figures.
Face to face contact remains the preferred way for professionals to network, despite the increasing availability of online networking tools, according to new research.
Britain's small and medium businesses are putting their growth at risk because of a technology 'blind spot', new research has revealed.
Confidence among UK construction firms hit its highest level in over seven years, driven by a sharp increase in house building, according to new figures.
The attractiveness of the UK as an investment destination and the competitiveness of the domestic automotive industry is enhanced by Britain's EU membership, according to new report.
Physical inactivity among 11-25 year olds will cost the economy £53.3bn over their lifetimes, according to a new report.
Skills and enterprise minister Matthew Hancock yesterday announced 77 new Tech Levels, which it is hoped will bridge the gap between education and employment.
A new digital enterprise awards scheme aiming to support young entrepreneurial talent to develop their own business has been launched by the Duke of York and UK charity Nominet Trust.
Organisations are currently spending up to six months a year on their main budgeting processes, which are often changed at last minute, according to new research from Deloitte.
Annual cost inflation increased in the last quarter of 2013, while business investment continued to rise against a backdrop of falling insolvency rates and improves business confidence, according to new report.