Cranfield Management School study into women on boards and in executive positions in the FTSE 100 highlights some worrying trends.
Former business secretary Vince Cable compared the debate on austerity or non-austerity as like choosing between a scalding or ice cold shower, in an interview on Share Radio.
As London’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM) reaches its 20th birthday, Real Business decided to look back over its eventful history and select the ten businesses we believe show what success can come from listing on the exchange.
From the one-man-bands to the multi-nationals, every one of us had a dog in this fight and the thought of a Labour-led government steering the economic ship back into stormy waters proved to be enough to make even the most hardy of us feel seasick.
Despite being the only FTSE 350 company with females holding the most senior executive positions, outsourcing and energy services company Mitie is not content with that statistic and is breaking new ground in promoting and developing a talented female workforce.
Will King, the founder and former chief executive of The King of Shaves Company, has launched his Entrepreneur in Residence Company, providing advice for senior executives from SMEs up to FTSE-listed companies.
Andrew Findlay has taken up the role as CFO at budget airline easyJet after holding the same position at car parts and bicycle products retailer Halfords for four years.
Actually, I am pretty bored of the whole government statistic thing. But then my accounts department has been having its annual tussle with a particularly absurd statistics requirement called Prodcom.
They say money can’t buy happiness, but apparently there are strong correlations between love and the economy – at least when it comes to getting out and dating.
Often overlooked, businesses in the mid-market are demonstrating strong growth, return on capital and rising employment.