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
Before the heatwave and World Cup related anxiety drives you up the wall, check out why Facebook has acquired Bloomsbury, why was London ranked fifth in the world for startups and round it off with some Brexit news
While you’re basking in the sweltering English summer with pitchers of Pimms we look into how UK startups can be candidates for funding from Jay-Z. Also, we explain how the Tesla founder got accused of theft
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
What does it take to successfully exit your company? Emma-Jane Packe, managing director of The Supper Club asks the scaleups among her members for advice
When one late payee almost cost Amber Williamson of Digital Willow her business, she didn’t give up. Instead she dug deep and chased down the elusive client