Dwindling growth prospects and business confidence is leading to increased financial distress amongst the UK SME community, new evidence shows.
The social economy is on the rise, and YouGov revealed how the nation believes it?s all because companies have started getting a bit greedier.
Office workers are wasting time using slow and outdated technology. In some cases, workers are wasting more time than they spend on holiday each year.
The rapid rate of returns over the past year has resulted in strained profit margins and operational activities for Britain’s retail SMEs, as consumers have begun abusing the opportunity to return items for free when shopping online.
Alisher Usmanov has strengthened his position as the second biggest shareholder at London football team Arsenal by acquiring the remaining stake of his business partner.
Founder of Freeformers, Gi Fernando, challenges the recent news stories and opinions that have surfaced regarding productivity and argues why deep change in the system is needed.
Bosses need to tap into their staff's knowledge to get the best results – increasing trust, reducing conflict and motivating.
While the fact that a lack of share purchases by Tesco's bosses has certainly raised some eyebrows, its reported loss of £6.4bn has ranked the company among the firms with the biggest losses in British history. With this in mind, we took a look at three other firms on the list to find out how much was lost, why it happened and what the bosses did to combat the figures.
Dyson said soaring Asian demand had helped lift profits, but the business still needs to fill 300 vacant engineering roles to work on new projects.
A new study by Barclays and Cambridge University has found that women are less likely to be bullish about the prosperity of their businesses, despite female-run companies being found to be posting higher pre-tax profits on average.
Morrisons is not only facing the possibility of loosing its place in the FTSE 100, it is preparing for a shareholder revolt over the £3m payout handed out to the supermarket giant’s ousted CEO Dalton Philips.
As businesses grow, the need to look overseas becomes a positive eventuality. One issue this throws up is dealing with foreign currency and the most cost-effective way of doing this.