Entrepreneur and author Margaret Heffernan on her first job in the House of Commons and her very large house.
Business owners are bracing themselves for the Bribery Act guidance being announced by the Ministry of Justice today.
Coffee Nation's Martyn Dawes on his favourite track to listen to while cruising in his Aston Martin.
As of today, advertisers can pay to have their brands featured in British TV programmes.
Almost half of the £66bn in lending to SMEs in 2010 was provided by RBS, CEO Stephen Hester revealed yesterday.
William Chase, founder of Tyrrells Crisps and the Chase Distillery, says Dragons’ Den isn’t helpful to business, makes entrepreneurship look too easy and paints an “idyllic picture” of life in business.
The escalating unrest in Libya has seen oil prices soar to more than £57, fuelling fears that global recovery could be derailed.
Almost 73 per cent of women say the glass ceiling is still intact for women seeking appointment to senior management and board-level positions in the UK.
Jamie Murray Wells, founder of Glasses Direct, on his dream job as CEO of National Rail.
Data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) this morning shows retail sales bounced back in January, with growth of 1.9 per cent.
After a tough 2010 for many small businesses, Ironmongery Direct announces a profit spike of 100 per cent.
Over the next few months, the Law Commission will advise the Ministry of Justice on the need for new law to give legal teeth to pre-nuptial agreements.