Having lost his seat during the May general election, Stephen Lloyd has taken up a role as business development director at West End – as part of a change in career direction.
Ultimo founder Michelle Mone has announced her intention to leave Scotland in the near future, but pledged that her company’s headquarters will remain in Glasgow.
Matrix SPS was recently recognised by technology analyst firm Gartner as a “cool vendor”. Here, managing director Chris Wilson looks at what the new government can do to improve the number of SMEs winning local authority and central government contracts.
In the aftermath of the general election returning a majority Conservative government, Russell Gould, COO at Everline and ezbob, gives his thoughts on the issues that David Cameron and his administration need to focus on.
With Ed Miliband leaving the Labour party after its general election results, Chuka Umunna is only the second to officially declare he's part of the race to become party leader.
Vote counting in Sunderland is closer to a full body workout than finding out who the constituency's next MP will be.
Just 100 years ago, there were no female politicians in the Houses of Parliament. But the 2015 general election proved to be an historic event for women.
Former prime minister Tony Blair and current shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna have recently spoken about the need for Labour to readdress its approach towards UK businesses.
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.
Investors welcomed news that the election outcome is clearer than previously expected. As the FTSE 100 gains more than 1.6 per cent in early trading, Real Business canvassed the web for the financial reaction to the election.
In comparison to the US, UK elections are far from being a star-studded affair. However, that does not mean political parties do not use their backing, as well as that of high-profile business leaders, to encourage votes.
The Lannisters who always pay their debts and the Dothraki and their horse hearts are apparently closer in comparison to the current crop of politicians than you may think. Jon Snow explains it all.