Bruce Whitehead writes about the latest trend: offline vs online. "Let's get real – online will never take over entirely," he says.
Bruce Whitehead takes a closer look at the results of the Federation of Small Businesses's latest Small Business Index.
With a survey showing that a majority of British small firms want to stay in Europe, and Mr Referendum himself on the panel of BBC Question Time, it was odd that Europe didn’t even figure in this week’s edition.
The pro and anti-independence referendum campaigns in Scotland have attached digital clocks to their posters and websites to try to inject excitement ahead of the September 2014 vote.
Scottish small business: as MPs issue a lukewarm report on the controversial fracking industry, could Scotland be about to see an energy rush from SMEs in renewables?
Thatcher was part of a nation of shopkeepers; her dad ran a grocer’s in Grantham. Bruce Whitehead was surprised though, to discover that she championed small business through the unusual medium of television.
Its leak was worth a big drama, its content was worth a yawn. Bruce Whitehead leads us through budget day and sums up what the Budget 2013 really means for business.
With a report out showing that 76 per cent of new jobs come from the small to medium sector, Bruce Whitehead wonders what “Gideon” Osborne will pull out of his red briefcase.
It may have been the helicopters and metro system deals which grabbed the headlines, but among the hundred British businesses represented on David Cameron’s barter mission to India this week, 30 were small businesses.