American Express’ tenth global survey on CFO perceptions took a look at business spending and investment plans companies put in place to make the most of the year ahead. A healthy dose of rivalry is on the cards, it seems, as finance executives look to increase their company’s competitive advantage.
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Santander and EEF co-published a report on the UK aerospace industry, maintaining the sector would continue to grow – and was already a global powerhouse to reckon with.
Wonga has become the latest company in the data breach hotseat – and many have used the incident to talk about GDPR and cybersecurity.
After PayPal revealed SMEs were benefitting from the weak pound to grow online exports, Real Business spoke with the company’s MD, Mark Brant, for further details.
After a lengthy recruitment process, you’ve hired the candidate you thought fit best. But you can’t always tell whether you made the right choice until they actually start the job, which is why probationary periods can be a boss’ best friend.
There’s no greater fan of Cherry Coke than business magnate Warren Buffet, so it doesn’t surprise that his face is now plastered across limited edition cans in China.
Manfred Weber, leader of the conservative European People’s Party, has been quite vocal about Brexit. Most recently he suggested any company linked to the euro should not be doing business on British soil.
While the bosses of large corporations plan on expanding their workforce despite the uncertainty of Brexit, SME employers aren’t showing the same vote of confidence.
We need to start thinking of content marketing as more than just a buzzword – and Skilled.co came up with 55 reasons why.
Luxury car company Bentley Motors has started to extend its brand into new product areas – but it has come across a pretty big hurdle from the onset.
CV-Library questioned 1,000 workers and 700 recruiters to find out who was responsible for preparing candidates for interviews. While the former blame recruiters for their failings, it made us wonder whether bosses felt the same way.
Brits will undoubtedly be looking for major change after prime minister Theresa May triggered Article 50. However, March 2017 economic statistics remind us that Brexit is a two-year affair – so we don’t have to fear any hard-hitting figures just yet.