John Lewis experienced its biggest sales week ever in a century and a half's worth of business, which was driven by adopting the American trend of Black Friday.
The NutriBullet is the “nutrition extractor” – don't call it a juicer or blender – brand that won the hearts of shoppers in the UK this Christmas, with John Lewis revealing a wild surge in sales.
Using an overweight bearded man with a penchant for red as a company figurehead has paid off – at least for British toy manufacturers, which have experienced an export spike of 25 per cent between October and December 2013.
It's day ten of the Christmas Countdown and we are by no means in short supply of 2014 material.
As we wait for the new year to befall us, we glance back fondly at the Real Business 'article greats' of 2014 and reminisce.
As Christmas rolls round again, I've decided against hampers, cards and parties in favour of a more community-led approach.
There are obvious morale and organisational benefits to a business holding a Christmas party but, often fuelled by Christmas spirit, they can form the backdrop to inappropriate behaviour. Here's how to keep things in check.
With the festive season commencing and businesses turning their attentions to secret Santa and their Christmas parties, it is quite easy to lose sight of the fact that work still needs to happen and businesses need to operate as usual.
Even the taxman isn’t immune to the spirit of Christmas. Follow these rules to ensure your Christmas party stays tax deductible.
In the run up to Christmas, stores are busier than usual. For retailers, this means they need to be extra vigilant that customers do not slip or trip on their premises. Here is how to protect yourself.
Religious discrimination: Do offices that celebrate Christmas open themselves up to religious discrimination claims
Running low on inspiration for your Secret Santa gift this Christmas in the office Here are the top 10 Secret Santa gift ideas.