"Public services are too important to too many people to be allowed to be the monopoly of the public sector," according to Francis Maude, minister for the Cabinet Office.
The latest CBI/UKTI trade mission to Brazil focused on medium-sized businesses. John Doddrell, consul general in Sao Paulo, suggests they venture beyond beyond the established route.
In the latest CBI/Standard Life pensions survey, 94 per cent of employers recognised that there is a good business case for offering a workplace pension. But more than half of those who haven’t reached their staging date for auto-enrolment said they still don’t fully understand the rules.
Trading conditions have been tough for Aga Rangemaster but the company has positioned itself to cook up a storm in the kitchen market now consumer interest is starting to bite again.
In 2012, The Iron Lady director Phyllida Lloyd spoke exclusively at the launch of Real Business's First Women Awards. Among her topics: recreating Margaret Thatcher and the revolution wrought by Britain's first female prime minister. One day after the death of Lady Thatcher was announced, here's a reminder of her thoughts.
Business women should learn from their counterparts in sports to develop the skills they need for success.
On the day that EU commissioner Viviane Reding launched a proposal for imposing Europe-wide quotas to get more women on companies' boards, a room-full of trailblazing women in London discussed doing it for themselves.
The Iron Lady director Phyllida Lloyd doubts whether the UK will be next in line to have a female prime minister.
The Agency Workers Directive is to be introduced next month under EU law. If you employ temporary agency workers, you need to know about it. Here’s how to prepare for the changes.