Having been given the reigns as shadow business secretary and first secretary of state in September 2015, Angela Eagle has joined the likes of Hilary Benn, Heidi Alexander and Chris Byrant in resigning from Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s cabinet.
Author Hunter Ruthven
A Lake District property owned by entrepreneur and businessman Duncan Bannatyne is up for grabs following his decision to put the site on the market.
The ramifications of the referendum decision the country made on Thursday 23 June will be felt for generations to come. Nobody knows for certain what will happen, which for many, no matter which way they voted, will be a concerning prospect.
After months of debate, where accusations have been thrown in each direction, the British public have spoken – by a margin of four per cent the UK is leaving the EU. But what do our captains of industry think?
With the ink only just starting to dry on the Electoral Commission’s official document, Real Business cuts through the noise by analysing what business leaders can expect in the coming weeks and years.
With co-working spaces becoming an increasingly popular destination for businesses to grow from within, Real Business begins its journey of the options out there by visiting Interchange in North London.
There was a period when company owners only really needed to worry about what their listing was like in a printed business directory – where competitors were readily identifiable. Nowadays it is a whole different ball game.
Having become an Everline Future 50 company in February 2016, and being named one of Britain’s most disruptive new businesses, Revolut’s founder and CEO, Nikolay Storonsky, explains his business and its success so far.
Serial entrepreneur Richard Branson has decided to register a campaign with the Electoral Commission, encouraging the British public to vote to stay in the European Union on 23 June.
Nearly 18 months after opening their first cereal cafe in Brick Lane, and facing a violent reaction across social media and mainstream press, Alan and Gary Keery are still standing strong – and even taking their brand to the Middle East.
Starting a business that would one day go on to achieve a gross transaction value of £450m and net revenue of £25m around the time of the dot.com boom, entrepreneur Dale Murray has a story with as many twists and turns as a Stephen King thriller.
Having spent nearly 15 years doodling, and trying to come up wth a concept that solved what he believed was a fundamental flaw in the design of backpacks, David Wolffe finally believes he has the product required to take the market by storm.