The overall business insolvency rate in the UK has fallen from 0.08 per cent to 0.07 per cent during the month of June.
A new business accelerator aimed at energy and cleantech ventures has been launched in London.
UK CEOs are lagging behind when it comes to focusing on innovation rather than customer relations, a new study suggests.
The UK space industry is set to receive £200 million of new funding, as the government moves towards its goal of making the sector worth £30 billion by 2030.
Angels are increasingly clubbing together to form syndications which can then lead larger investment rounds, new research shows.
Businesses located in Hull, Liverpool and Blackburn are predicted to be hit hardest by a lack of consumer spending, a new report concludes.
The fourth round of the Regional Growth Fund finance scheme has seen 102 companies and projects receive conditional offers.
The government's latest six-month Statement of New Regulation has seen the introduction of measures which are forecast to save businesses millions.
The creation of the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) has led to a sharp rise in the amount of businesses applying for government funding initiatives.
Entrepreneurs entering Dragons’ Den to pitch for investment are failing to pursue the traditional forms of business finance before taking their businesses on the show, new research shows.
The UK Green Investment Bank has had an extra £800 million added to its coffers, to go with the £3 billion announced in November 2012.
The sixth annual M&A Awards saw Rupert Rawcliffe of Grant Thornton and Mark Hodges of Towergate Insurance walk off with the two headline awards.
Chancellor George Osborne has committed to create more apprenticeships and created a Single Local Growth Fund, first outlined by Lord Heseltine.
British CFOs are becoming increasingly worried about the state of cash flow within their businesses, new research shows.
A lack of lending to small and medium-sized businesses has prompted the Office of Fair Trading to conduct a study on banking competition.
A six-point action plan to encourage local councils and the government to boost food entrepreneurship has been laid out by social enterprise Kitchenette.
Despite a number of large venture capital investments taking place in 2013, the UK start-up investment scene is still lagging behind its US equivalent, independent innovation charity Nesta says.
Competition amongst nominated advisers is driving down the cost of listing on the alternative investment market.
Quoted companies will now have to report on extra issues including gender representation and greenhouse gas emissions in an effort to make non-financial reporting simpler for shareholders.
A lack of capital is preventing UK businesses from investing in new product development, new figures show.
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