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The UK is set to see the best GDP growth in the G7 this year.
Tesco CEO Philip Clarke announced he would be stepping down amid the supermarket giant’s profit warning. We take a look at its three biggest mistakes leading up to this point (with the help of some analysts).1. It forgot we care about prices and the shopping experience
It’s a little hard to believe that the man who has amassed a $72bn fortune – making him the second-richest person in the world, after Bill Gates – would ever work only three days a week.
Protesters gathered in London this weekend calling on the British government to help support those living in Gaza and help end Israeli strikes on the area.
Tesco chief executive Philip Clarke has agreed to step down as the retailer issued a profit warning today.
Though nothing is yet confirmed, suspicions are being voiced
The Germans may have victory on the football pitch, but economically we’re equal, says the Seven Investment Management founder
The CEO of inmidtown has game-changing ideas about responsible business
Where words fail us, there’s always photoshop
Securing Britain's Growth
Garry Hogarth calls for action
MedicAnimal co-founders Andrew Bucher and Ivan Retzignac on how the UK can produce more fast-growth tech companies
Rolls-Royce head of learning services on why apprenticeships stimulate growth in the economy
Enternships.com founder and CEO on how to get more graduates into jobs
Harrison Spinks MD on the best export strategies for SMEs
“The tech economy is poorly served by investment in the UK - and in the EU,” says the Pokeware CEO
David Sonnenthal owns New Bond Street Pawnbrokers, London’s first luxury pawnbroker.
The effervescent chairman and founder of Cobra Beer speaks out
Meet innocent drinks founder Richard Reed: "If you can organise a wedding, you can be an entrepreneur"
The innocent co-founder on UK entrepreneurialism
All Londoners have an opinion on the Shard. The 87-storey Qatari owned skyscraper on the Southbank has become a dominating aspect of the London Skyline, and is now among several British buildings in contention for a major architecture prize.
Trader Vic’s is somewhat unassuming from the outside considering its location. Barely signposted compared to the grand entrance of the Park Lane Hilton beneath which it’s snugly tucked, you’d perhaps need to have heard of Trader Vic’s to know what’s in store, and would have no idea of the scale of the restaurant below.
Deceased “Norwegian Blue” Photograph: Twitter
Or is this hotel-foyer restaurant mutton dressed as lamb?