In order to create a better work-life balance and generate more time to spend with family, 38 per cent of British millennial mothers have revealed they plan to start a business.
If Britain’s tech scene is really as thriving as people boast, then where is the UK’s Google? Many have sought to answer the question, with investor Neil Woodford being the latest to offer his opinion on the matter.
The mummy blogger community has grown significantly over the years and now it’s time for the rise of the “mummy vlogger,” according to Netmums co-founder Siobhan Freegard, who has sealed a £2m investment for video blog Channel Mum.
As part of his campaign to develop strong trading ties between the US and UK, London mayor Sadiq Khan’s department has found that the British capital is the leading global city for foreign investment from Chicago.
Following Liam Fox's speech about Brits needing to stop thinking about exporting as an opportunity and start thinking of it as a duty, LinkedIn's latest research found the UK is losing out to rivals in terms of international sales.
Attempting to make its presence at New York Fashion Week one to remember, Ralph Lauren introduced a runway-to-retail concept to showcase its women’s September collection and simultaneously made the goods available for sale worldwide.
Pure Gym, which counts Olympian Chris Hoy among existing backers, has revealed a plan to secure its position as the largest operator of gyms in the UK’s £4.4bn health and fitness industry with a floatation on the London Stock Exchange.
Building on the 2015 launch of its online learning programme Blueprint, Facebook has had over one million course enrolments from SMEs and agencies, prompting it to evolve the programme further with launch into educational establishments and more.
Warner Brothers recently requested Google to remove the film studio's own website from search results, saying it violated copyright laws. This glaring error has sparked serious debates around automated software and internet censorship.
January 2016 saw Deloitte publish the 19th edition of its “Football Money League,” in which it profiles the highest earning clubs across the globe. It estimated that Manchester United would soon race to the top of its rich list, forecasting around £500m in revenue – and it seems that prediction came true.
The amount of businesses that had assets seized by HMRC to settle overdue debts spiked at an alarming rate over the last year at an increase of 145 per cent, found company finance service Funding Options.
F1 has seen its first change of ownership for more than a decade, with many believing the new change will benefit the sport greatly.