Having likely indulged in a mass of chocolate-based goodness over Easter, you may have spent the week crawling along in a sugar-free detox – but behold, Friday is upon us.
Kicking off the start of a new month, we’re pleased to announce that each Friday will see Real Business bringing you a rundown of the most popular articles published throughout the week.
With 1 April marking the debut of the feature, you can discover the value of Tottenham FC’s assets, the hardest questions posed in interviews by UK firms and detail on the companies left battered and bruised by TripAdvisor reviews.
Oh, and Richard Branson managed to upset one of our reporters, as you’ll discover in an opinion piece listed below. Perhaps he should use the marketing power of condoms to get his message across in future.
Catch the full listing, for the week 25-31 March 2016, below:
Shareholders in London-based football team Tottenham Hotspur have been able to release the value of holdings for the first time since 2012.
Job marketplace Glassdoor has revealed the ten toughest interview questions of 2016, whittled down from thousands of conundrums.
Savvy consumers are eager to hear feedback from peers before committing to sales – we discovered the business disasters that arose from TripAdvisor ahead of summer holiday season.
From floating duck houses to breast implants, these are the most outrageous expenses claims from around the world.
What are the British products with the biggest international appeal? By annual export value, here are the most popular goods from the UK.
More often than not, bosses are blissfully unaware that staff liken their leadership style to Ricky Gervais’ infamous David Brent.
Not many businesses actively incentivise staff to anger existing customers – so why do health clubs like Virgin Active pursue this strategy with such enthusiasm?
I never consider applications from parental-pushed candidates. If they need their mum to write to me what sort of self-motivated worker would they be?
What’s all the fuss about managing expectations with employees? It’s a simple exercise with many benefits, right?
For some campaigns, like advertising food, condoms are a great way to grab attention of consumers and get messages across.
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