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Baby food brand for aisha broke into the market just a year ago. for aisha is now available in over 2000 multiple retail stores in the UK, including Tesco, ASDA, Morrisons and Boots. Here's how founder Mark Salter grew his halal baby food business into a global phenomenon

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The much anticipated decision on airport expansion at Heathrow or Gatwick has now been put on hold in the wake of the EU referendum result and will now be left to the next UK Prime Minister to announce plans sometime in October. 

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The British gambling industry continues to contribute over £2.3 billion a year towards the United Kingdom's GDP.

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The worst CEOs in corporate history

It's lonely at the top, but not so much for these infamous business leaders in the 'worst CEOs' club, some of whom have driven multibillion dollar businesses to the ground. But is this monicker really justified? 

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Sex tech start-ups are quietly taking the world by storm. From Vienna to Singapore, these underrated businesses are turning profit, satisfying users and battling social causes, one download at a time. We feature the best in London, and look at why more people haven't jumped on the sex tech bandwagon

Nine business idols and their lesser known failures

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If investors chose well, they could make a fortune. If they chose poorly, they could end up in debtors' prison.

Four Victorian business lessons that still hold merit today

The Victorian era was one of the most industrious for finance, commerce and even workers' rights. Global household brands from Cadbury's to Boots took off then, as did technology investors. Here's what we can learn from a backward glance

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Even the most successful business leaders and creative pioneers got to where they are with a little help from Lady Luck

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From saving Hilton Grand Vacations over €40,000 by reducing invoice deliquency at one of its Italian resorts, to being handpicked for the UKTI’s Global Entrepreneur Programme, Monuva has taken off even before its launch. Co-founder and director, James Shattock, explains how the start-up aims to pick up the pace once it secures seed funding

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Six tips to think like an innovator

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FIFA president, Sepp Blatter was ambushed by a British comedian at a press conference for his notorious bribery scandal.

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Most people are unaware that the 'gift' they are receiving can be seen as a bribe by a court of law. Here's how to keep your business on the right side of the legal system

Research

Directors' Pay on AIM 2016

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.