As Britain begins to recover from the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, copyright licensing is more important than ever, explains Rebecca Deegan, Director of Policy & Public Affairs at the British Copyright Council.
Ahead of the next jump in minimum wage next spring, it was reassuring to hear the CBI speak out against mandatory rises but more must be done to combat polices aimed at popularity rather than success – particularly for the manufacturing sector.
A new report from the OECD has revealed that while the jobs recovery has become more widespread and gaining momentum, millions of workers still risk being trapped at the bottom of the economic ladder – and time is running out to address that.
In the lead up to the general election on 7 May, when the British public will be selecting the next government, Real Business is asking business leaders up and down the country what kind of administration they would like to see in place. First up is Love Energy Savings CEO Phil Foster.
Another pre-election hot potato has landed on George Osborne’s desk today in the form of a report from OECD – the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
The latest findings from the ICAEW Business Confidence Monitor (BCM) found confidence in future prospects has fallen despite a two year consecutive rise.
A recent survey from Western Union Business Solutions finds 39 per cent of British SMEs are concerned about the volatility of British economic recovery, and this influences how they act going forward.
After years of austerity, the UK job market is finally beginning to step out from the shadow of the recession. Yet, while many businesses are planning to implement their most ambitious growth plans in close to a decade, HRs are having to work harder than ever to bring the right talent into the business to drive this growth.
UK-quoted companies issued 74 profit warnings in the first quarter, the highest level since 2011, despite the economy performing better overall.
Whether they’re football fans or not, the sacking of David Moyes as manager of Manchester United should make entrepreneurs think long and hard about the future of their businesses, says Charlie Mullins.
Small and medium businesses are at risk of being left behind in the economic recovery because of limited access to finance, overtrading and increased competition, according to research published today.
Britain is in a "sustained recovery", but the Bank of England will not rush to raise interest rates.