While you might be busy basking in autumn beauty, we bring you the weekly round-up. Superdry’s profits plummet, Brexit is causing UK competitiveness to slip and more workers long to become entrepreneurs
Friday’s finally here. More importantly, so is this week’s roundup. Read how the government could make employers publish ethnic pay gaps, why 85% of SMEs struggle to entice jobseekers and how Pipedrive raised $10m
After Facebook latest security breach we took a look at nine of the company’s worst scandals over the years.
From always evolving with the times to staying fit, José Neves has used a combination of tricks to make Farfetch a true British unicorn. And new startup founders can learn from his fine example
Friday couldn’t have come sooner. But reading such exciting news like Tesco opening a new discount chain, HSBC offering a multi-billion SME fund and how employers are getting concerned about the markets will make the weekend fly by
Homelessness is a big issue in San Francisco and a key topic in the city’s upcoming elections. It’s even caused a public clash between tech moguls Jack Dorsey and Marc Benioff
Before you start putting your feet up for the weekend, check out why the government is asking SMEs to give their opinion over late payments and why TGI Fridays faces more strikes over tipping
Before going all out for the weekend find out why the SEC is suing Elon Musk, Darktrace strengthens its position as a unicorn and find out the reason why millennial jobseekers hate gender pay gaps
Pip Wilkins, CEO of the British Franchise Association, explains why franchising may be an ideal route for you to go down as a businessperson
When your brand runs into seemingly irreversible difficulties, it can be extremely stressful. How can entrepreneurs salvage their business if they encounter an unexpected loss or a breakdown?