From smiling buildings to thigh ads, companies have tried some interesting methods to catch people's eyes. Here are six of the best ones.
We all know the McDonalds and Subways of the franchise world, but have you ever heard of fast-food cereal? Anti-snore devices? Here are some franchises that didn't go with the flow.
Tech companies are full of more waffle than politicians, bankers and law firms combined, a new survey found. A lack of understanding could mean businesses lose out on opportunities.
With numerous business schools across the globe exceeding each other in reputation and pedigree, picking one can be daunting. We had a look at the top ten.
What makes a good Twitter account? These 30 companies have obviously done a good job as their numbers of Twitter followers suggest. Let them teach you a thing or two…
It's been a year full of high-profile resignations, from Barclays over the BBC all the way to Yahoo (and the vatican, of course).
Over years in business, Jan Cavelle has developed her very own hate list of sales staff traits – you will recognise some, surely.
Beer? Shampoo? Flexibility? Employers have come up with some rather unconventional benefits to keep their staff happy and themselves out of the red.
London's prestigious private member clubs: are you thinking of joining one? We picked out the four most popular ones for you.
The world is changing: flexibility is king; proactivity is non-negotiable; "always connected" is the mantra of the new breed of business and employee. Sadly, too many people are failing to recognise the changing dynamics of the employer-employee relationship…
Most people believe that being a business leader equals expensive car. Far from the truth, we found – what do you drive?
If at first you don't succeed, try and try again. If certain people had not believed that, we'd be missing many legendary businesses today.