As Facebook turns 15, the CEO and founder laments that journalists and fellow founders are critical about how the network deals with privacy, fake new and other scandals. So we asked business leaders what they think
Cultivating a great culture goes beyond installing a ping pong table or making sure there’s always a fully-stocked biscuit jar in the kitchen – preparation is key to retain and attract staff all-year round
From Brexit to skills shortages, what are the main things that will affect small businesses in the new year?
2019’s truly started with a bang. Read about HSBC’s “ideologically aggressive advert”, how Amazon dethroned Microsoft and why working weekends is a bad idea
This is the week when we learned how dating behaviours mar recruitment, VCs can ensure the best startups are funded and the real price for breaking GDPR
The real reason Red Bull’s ad was banned, how a recipe subscription startup offering half-complete meals secured $4.5m and what jobseekers want from employers beside a hefty salary
After prime minister Theresa May survived the confidence vote in December, Gary Stewart reflected on the importance of equipping leaders from all backgrounds with the right tools to succeed and possess self-belief
The saying that if you always do what you've always done, you will always get what you've always got rings true for big businesses as they must incorporate newer practices