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It sounded like a good idea but the Bank of England's Funding for Lending scheme (FLS), which is intended to boost credit to households and businesses, has yet to deliver the goods.
They constitute an asset class that is three times bigger than UK venture capital. Chances are that you will know one. Or you might be one. Because right now, approximately 18,000 business angels are investing more than £800m each year.
The details of George Osborne's mooted new small business bank are swirling around Whitehall and the media. But is it really such a good idea?
23 companies have been picked by the World Economic Forum as "Technology Pioneers."
Phil Doye started Kelway when he was 21, selling fax rolls from his flat. Now it’s a £250m giant, lauded by HP and Dell. Welcome a future billion-pound business.
A few extra items from our interview with Kelway founder and CEO Phil Doye.
Britain’s top entrepreneurs are set to unveil a new political party. Called the E Party, it is inspired by the success of the Tea Party in the US.
David Cameron makes a stirring speech about enterprise. But is there any beef to it?
Shai Agassi's Better Place is radical, innovative and daring. It's a lesson for all entrepreneurs
Social attitudes to apprenticeships are behind those of business.
The government's deal with the banks on lending and pay is unlikely to deliver real extra benefit to business