Responsibility for improving sales results lies with business leaders, according to study.
Renowned fund manager Gervais Williams believes smaller companies hold the most growth potential in times of economic stagnation.
Study shows confusion and disruption reign in the British workplace.
The number of women angel investors is higher than ever, according to a new study – and they may be changing the way angel groups invest.
Nearly two thirds of smaller businesses unaware of radical new VAT rules coming in from 1 Jan 2015.
Weakening global demand caused input prices for UK businesses to take another step towards deflation in October, research finds.
Pressure mounts on David Cameron and the CBI as referendum-supporting Business for Britain campaign boasts of growing signatories.
Fuel3D has closed a funding round totalling £4 million led by Chimera Partners.
The EU, together with the Open Data Institute in London, have announced the largest investment in innovative data start-ups in the world to date
Companies are confident about economic outlook but hesitant to invest in growth, according to a study.
User Replay has closed a fundraising aimed at financing the opening of a US office as well as future development for its technology platform.
In an attempt to strengthen the Prompt Payment Code brought into effect in 2008, a panel of businesses and organisations are being assembled to ensure suppliers are paid on time and treated properly.
Despite businesses placing a heavy emphasis on relevant work experience, a quarter of young people do not possess the contacts necessary to secure placements or internships.
The events depicted in the fictional land of Westeros bear uncanny resemblance to many business environments.
Esther McMorris, founder of business consultancy Nine Feet Tall, shares her advice for ensuring a smooth merger or acquisition process.
Margaret Kett discusses the issue of gender diversity in the boardroom and what can propel women into the higher echelons of management.
The gap in businesses’ measurement of customer experience means they don’t know what customers really want, research finds