A legal change that came into effect in April this year means that many businesses will not be able to claim unpaid invoices if a supplier goes bust or doesn't pay. Where does this leave SMEs?
A quarter of UK's 5.4 million SMEs neither have a website nor a listing in an online directory, which could lead to these businesses losing out on the millions of consumers who swear by shopping online. Why is there a digital block for these SMEs, and can artificial intelligence-powered website builders address this?
A new UK-wide business and retail bank has submitted its banking licence to the FCA and PRA
After Uber and Airbnb, Palantir was the third largest private US startup by valuation. 12 months on, reports suggest that what propelled the company forward may be at the root of its unravelling
An industry-wide look at the blurred line between reputation management and disreputable conduct suggests that SMEs have a lot to learn when it comes to business ethics
40 per cent of SME owners reportedly believe that the general economic condition of the EU will worsen over the next 12 months, skewing predictions around the referendum vote three weeks from now
Research reveals that some people are neurologically less well suited to being financial controllers, suggesting that emotional aloofness may be key in excelling at the role
According to a transatlantic survey, consumers in the UK and US aren't completely sold on being part of the sharing economy
Against regulatory odds, the industry still remains a catalyst for economic growth. Here's what businesses can learn from the gambling industry
Brothers Yannick and Alexander Janssens have launched an airline offering unlimited flights between London, Amsterdam, Paris and Frankfurt for a monthly fee
A new study highlights the downside to flexible working practices such as hot-desking and flexitime, leading to an increase in elevator waiting times in office buildings
DAD is a service app that harnesses the power of gig work to address the stresses of home repair. The start-up raised £2m to further its platform with a video visit service
The High Potential Business Awards follows the ten-year legacy of the M&A Awards, and aims to celebrate the UK’s most promising businesses and the finance and advisory firms that support them
Fast-growth secondary ticket marketplace, Ticketbis, is now part of the StubHub portfolio in a $165m deal that unifies the sector for global expansion
As the FedEx-TNT merger concludes, international parcel broker ParcelHero warns the takeover could mean increased costs and transit times for large and heavy items
The €4.4 billion acquisition combines the strengths of the world’s largest air express network and an extensive European road network
At a time when pay-as-you-go and disposable phones were all the rage, Jo Wimble-Groves realised that a one-size-fits-all approach would undercut a huge chunk of business technology users. In 1996, she set up Active Digital to provide businesses with the mobile technology they actually need, and since then, has worked with clients as varied as GB Taekwondo and Iron Maiden
Technology may be the best bet for businesses to wean Britain's young workers off a culture where attendance takes precedence over quality of work
Daniel Keighron-Foster, MD of Manchester-based cloud consultancy Steamhaus outlines what we can learn from the sale of the UK's biggest and best tech business
The annual Directors’ Pay on AIM report is the most comprehensive review of directors’ remuneration on AIM available. It’s ideal for benchmarking your team’s salary, that of your organisation and even your own salary.