What a week. Not only did Steve Jobs’ brain baby reach a record valuation but the past seven days also saw Wikipedia’s co-founder slam cryptocurrencies and the gender pay gap be revealed to be worse than you thought
While we stand on unsteady ground about a second referendum, the UK government guarantees funding for businesses from the EU until 2020, Papa John sues his own pizza firm after resigning and Facebook loses $120bn hitting a historic low
Donald Trump’s UK and Russia visits may have grabbed headlines but a lot of developments have taken place in the business world too as, Burberry burnt goods worth £28.6m, Google was fined by the EU and Rolls-Royce started making flying taxis a reality
Despite the progress for women in business that appears to have been made, the Hampton-Alexander Review has shone a light on a truly ugly side of company leadership says Jacqueline Gold
Selling your scaleup can leave you either stressed out with new projects or bored out of your mind with your new wealth
Just when it seems the British retail industry can’t get any grimmer for store owners, Poundworld has announced its closure – but there may be a silver lining for startups and emerging brands
Having spearheaded the growth of Xero UK to becoming a market leader, Gary Turner knows a thing or two about solving the most common startup challenges.
We might not have won the trophy but startups can definitely learn a few business tricks from Kylie Jenner, pitch to Index Ventures for investment while Facebook might be getting a huge fine due to its data disaster