Following news that reality TV star Kylie Jenner wiped $1.3bn off the value of Snap’s share price, we look at some other instances of digital disturbance.
While you can learn a lot from your own mistakes, it also helps to take note of others’ errors. According to STL, US president Donald Trump’s management style is the epitome of what not to do.
An employee is leaving the business. You reach their final day without mishap. Then they pull a prank. What do you do? Should you let the prankster go quietly? Do you owe any duty of care to their future employer? How do you manage other potentially affected staff?
It came to light on Friday 3 November that Donald Trump’s Twitter account had been deleted. This was no technical error – an employee went “rogue”. So what can you do if this happens at your firm?
Anthony Scaramucci has used an interview with the BBC to draw comparisons between state and business, with the White House communications director praising the president’s approach.
Star fund manager Neil Woodford has called for Britain to not overreact in response to the 2017 general election results, instead suggesting “not a lot has changed” economically.
Mark Zuckerberg, Satya Natella and Richard Branson are just some of the most well-known business leaders who have spoken out against the president’s decision to step away from the Paris climate agreement.
At the FD Surgery on 17 May, Real Business took a look at how Trump, Brexit and extreme politics are impacting the direction of British businesses.
One of the key tenets of the liberal establishment, and no doubt we shall be fed much more of this in the current election campaign, is cheap labour is essential for the smooth functioning of the UK and other advanced economies. They are oh so wrong.
Article 50 has been triggered, and Charlie Mullins is calling for government transparency to make the process more palatable for remainers and the business community.
The international climate this year looks to be filled with volatility, which is a concern for UK firms looking for success in business overseas.
A great deal of economic uncertainty has spread across the world this year already, worrying leaders, and we’re only halfway through March.