Now we know: the funding landscape stays confusing, there'll be no fuel duty rise, and a little cut in corporation tax is hardly effective.
New tax incentives, better funding initiatives, and incentives to build business hubs and grow talent outside of the M25: will the Autumn Statement deliver what UK business really needs?
Tory business minister, Michael Fallon announced a new reform, "One-in, two-out", in his drive to deregulate Britain.
Osborne paints a picture of a united kingdom, whilst discontent continues to simmer.
As investors around the world struggle with a decline in investable wealth, companies need to be nimble and re-think their business models.
Business secretary Vince Cable is upbeat on Italy's future despite the country's latest bond sale suffering contagion from investor nerves over Spain's grim outlook.
Businesses in the UK have an increasingly optimistic economic outlook, despite us re-entering recession, a new study reveals.
Following Chinese premier Wen Jiabao's pledge to stimulate UK-China trade, UK corporates and SMEs are being encouraged to access the vast China market via Hong Kong.
Who wins? Who walks? Who makes us cringe and cover our eyes? Real Business reviews episode three of The Apprentice.
In February, UK industry dipped to its lowest level since August 2009, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS),
As the first round of tax rises and benefit cuts come into effect with the new tax year, forecasts show that Britain's growth is set to lag compared with other major economies.
The escalating unrest in Libya has seen oil prices soar to more than £57, fuelling fears that global recovery could be derailed.