It's a case of “the Force is strong” for British film production studio Pinewood, the shooting location of soon-to-be-released Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens, which has experienced a 186 per cent profit growth.
British actress Kate Winslet may have just found an enemy in the form of The Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence, after calling the pay gap dispute the star is leading “vulgar”.
New Hollywood movie The Intern revolves around a 70-year-old widower, played by Robert De Niro, who joins a fast-growing fashion business as a trainee. Just like the film reveals, however, companies and the leaders behind them shouldn't fail to recognise the importance of older professionals.
Sandra Kerr OBE, race equality director at Business in the Community, highlights the furore around Idris Elba playing James Bond as an example of how unconscious racial bias can slip into recruitment.
Crowdfunding is a pathway to jumpstart many business ideas, plenty of which are quite unusual, but now a British film producer is seeking £400,000 on Indiegogo to complete his “Rocky of golf” production.
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.
Lexus has expanded beyond its usual car manufacturing roots, seemingly taking inspiration from Back to the Future Part II, with the creation of a working hoverboard as part of an innovation initiative.
When someone mentions the mid-90s classic film Jerry Maguire, the first scene to come to mind will probably be Cuba Gooding Jr. repeatedly screaming “show me the money” over the phone. But money may not be the straightforward workplace motivator we expect.