With succession being such a key topic in the family business world, many parents go on to work with their children. But whilst father and son firms remain far more common, there has been a rise in father and daughter combos. JournoLink is one such case and is in our Everline Future 50 2016.
With the £114m purchase of Unruly by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp marking a turning point for one of the UK’s most successful technology companies in recent times, what are both parties getting out of the transaction?
The number of big brands which make glaring missteps when it comes to PR is huge. Rampant PR consultant Luke Smith outlines what any business needs to remember when talking to press – so any crisis you may have doesn't turn into a catastrophe.
Phil Hall set up PHA Media ten years ago with his wife after a 30-year journalism career, which included editing News of the World. The couple sat down with Real Business to discuss how a journalistic approach has brought them success and how to navigate working alongside your significant other.
Cinime has expanded its interactive media platform into 480 cinema screens across Ireland, which will see brands secure direct access to 1.2 million movie viewers each month.
Founded in 2005, The7stars, which is based on a model where no one has a job title, has averaged 30 per cent growth in each of the past three years, and boasts billings of over £100m.
Mandeep Rai Dhillon collected the First Women of Media award as a nod to her work as CEO of Creative Visions Global. She said it marked "a huge moment of recognition" for her achievements.
Rupert Murdoch, the founder, chairman and CEO of global film and TV business 21st Century Fox, will stand down from his chief executive officer role to make way for his son James Murdoch.
An international survey has said news organisations need to become “more inventive” in an attempt to overhaul a decline in traditional revenue sources.
A former marketing executive for Harrods and News Corporation has secured a £750,000 investment to grow his family-centric travel media business as the school holidays approach.
Alibaba has signed what it describes as a “strategic agreement” with Shanghai Media Group, through which it is backing China Business News with $193.6m of growth capital.
Shazam, once just a music discovery service, has blossomed over the past few years to support advertisers with TV marketing. Now the company has flexed its muscles to expand beyond sound and into visual recognition technology for its 100m users, and brands including Disney, Evian and Warner Bros – but where does that leave existing players like augmented reality firm Blippar?