Steve Jobs’ resignation as chief executive of Apple raises a number of points, most notably, what role should an inspirational leader have in a company they no longer lead?
It was Theodore Levitt, the Harvard Business School professor, who urged all companies to ask the question, ‘What business are you really in?' Hewlett Packard must have asked itself the same question.
Google’s multibillion-dollar buy of Motorola Mobility should teach all businesses a valuable lesson – know the value of your intellectual property.
A decade on from the dot com bust, Notion Capital's Jos White says the big difference has been that the current generation of internet companies not only have huge user-bases, they also know how to create revenue.
GrowthBusiness blogger Wol Kolade says the government’s sentiment to fix the high street is laudable but there is nothing new about the decline of the high street as a centre for the community.
We all know that from time to time that a market in which we are very strong has its problems, and this can in some cases seriously undermine one’s business.
2011 seems to be a year of anger. Everyone, it appears, is arguing and complaining. Post hackgate, we need positivity.
Don't waste time wishing the Eurozone mess will all go away. GrowthBusiness blogger Wol Kolade writes that SMEs who run with it and look at other options, may just turn a bad situation to an advantage.
Veteran VC Charles Irving says the UK has only a ‘short window’ to capitalise on its leading position in science and technology – and I agree with him.
Much has been debated about how to collect, store and analyse the data that businesses receive, whether it’s from customers, suppliers or rivals.
Now that the hysteria surrounding Start-Up Britain has died down, Wol Kolade explains where the government is going wrong on start-ups.
It’s an age-old question, what is the key to entrepreneurial success? And, while I hate to admit I don’t have a single answer, I think I have found someone who does.
It is a hard job to lead. No one denies that. But the problem with poor leadership, as opposed to good leadership, is it has so many negative consequences that it’s hard to ignore.
‘The Raft of the Medusa’ is a famous painting by Gericault, which likely should hang on any would-be British entrepreneur's wall.
Wol Kolade explains why in the post crisis world, private equity can play a vital role.
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