Channel 4 chairman and serial entrepreneur Luke Johnson was on cracking form at today's HSBC Commercial Banking event.
AIM-listed-company FDs are earning, on average, 23 per cent more than they were a year ago, according to new research.
Those of us who were hard core enough to stay to the end of CIMA’s annual conference yesterday were treated to a tale of accounting-due-diligence-woe at the peak of the private equity party.
Business partnering could look and feel very different once the members of the MySpace and YouTube generation enter the world’s finance functions.
“Prepare to feel inadequate,” said BBC newsreader Sophie Raworth, as she introduced last night’s Women of the Future event.
There’s more bad news for banks still counting the cost of the sub-prime mortgage crisis.
An aspiring young playwright, an eco-entrepreneur, a human rights lawyer, and budding ballet dancer: prepare to be stunned by the new generation of high-achieving women, honoured last night at the Women of the Future awards.
Each month, more than 27m people use Yahoo News, Google News and other news search engines to carry out research. These searches retrieve thousands of results, which is why you need good search engine optimisation (SEO) to be noticed online.
First there was the election that never was. Then there was the hike in capital gains tax. Next came the schools debacle. Has Gordon Brown ballsed it up yet again?
I’ve just come back from the Beer & Partners Investment Fair. The event is pitched as “speed dating for business”(!) I thought to myself: I need to see this. “Brilliant entrepreneur seeks generous investor for fun, frolicks and funding.” Ha!
FTSE 100 companies are improving the deficit of their pension schemes but are still underestimating future life expectancy by up to three years.
So, recent news is that Chancellor Alistair Darling has attempted to soften the blow of his CGT changes by giving £100,000 in tax relief to retiring businesspeople when they sell their assets.