Retail and recession may not go hand-in-hand but tell that to Sir Philip Green. His Topman Oxford Street store is expanding later this month to a massive 23,000 square feet of menswear.
For celebrity chef and entrepreneur Gordon Ramsay, 2009 is going from bad to worse. After a turbulent year work-wise and personally for Ramsay, some of his restaurants have now been panned by a leading guide.
Chancellor Alistair Darling is urging other members of the G20 not to withdraw their stimulus packages as global economic recovery isn’t necessarily assured.
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The recession has sparked a passion for money-saving vouchers in the UK and Brad Liebmann’s business, BView, is taking advantage of the new trend.
There have been changes to the finance function at companies including Allied Irish Banks, Pan Pacific Aggregates and Daisy Group.
It’s not been a good week for sterling, according to David Lamb, head of treasury services at No1 Currency.
Weddings may seem an industry impacted by recession: getting hitched is a costly exercise so many couples might put off their nuptials until they’re more financially comfortable, right?
It’s only Tuesday but this week’s Wackiest Marketing Idea has to go to Bank Machine, which has introduced ATMs offering Cockney as a language choice.
There have been changes to the finance function at companies including Optos, Dyson and Filtronic.
Mich Turner is the glamorous founder of celebrity-favourite Little Venice Cake Company, which counts David Beckham and the Queen among its clients.
Record A-level results have been released to the usual criticism that the education system isn’t tough enough. However, the CBI’s more concerned about the low number of students taking maths.