Business crime solicitor Aziz Rahman examines Formula 1’s money laundering investigation and suggests ways that such a problem can be prevented in the corporate sector.
With the government set to crack down on late payments, Creditsafe sought to highlight the worst offenders in the world of Formula 1.
British car manufacturer Caterham has announced record sales figures for 2016, with nearly half of its transactions being with overseas customers.
It may not look like a chair as you know it, but it’s been tested to the extreme. In fact, the LimbIC Intelligent chair has been around various Formula 1 tracks in its testing phase.
Researchers from the Fisher College of Business analysed data from 49 Formula 1 teams over the course of 30 years, and found that innovation can be overrated.
While calculations to improve performance have been employed since the advent of sport, the latest innovations in data are poised to trigger a revolution – as is seen by the latest batch of teams that have used big data in order to win.
With it being St Patricks's Day, Real Business decided to relax with a pint of black stuff and take a look at some of the leading entrepreneurs to emerge from the Emerald Isle. What can other aspiring bosses learn from these Celtic tigers?
HONDAPU22 and HONDAPU14 are new additions to the Twitter-verse. No one would have thought it strange had they not been the formula 1 engines of Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen respectively.
When Top Gear films a segment at your headquarters and the HRH Duke of Kent visits to recognise efforts in apprenticeships and exporting you know you’re doing well – so good that you’re named Entrepreneur of the Year at the Growing Business Awards.
Formula 1 racing team Caterham has fallen into administration, and while its goal of raising £2.35m with crowdfunding platform Crowdcube is still yet to be reached, the company has received enough donations to achieve its aim of getting back on the tracks to compete in a final race and appeal to buyers.
Formula 1 racing team Caterham have reached out to the public and professionals for their support in an attempt to speed its way out of administration, offering reward-based incentives to 'investors' rather than shares – so that employees get their wages and the team reaches the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
This year's ongoing battle between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg for the Formula 1 championship could hold lessons for businesses, new academic research suggests.