UK business regulation & SMEs regulation
SME Business regulation advice
A Qatari fund is reportedly planning an £8bn bid for M&S. Should foreign takeovers of UK firms be welcomed or worried about?
Get ready London, for the London Policy Conference is almost upon us.
Auto-enrolment will be compulsory for all firms. Here’s what you need to know
SME Business regulation advice: archive
Insurance fraud is on the rise, let this infographic show you the big picture
Public outrage over “research chemicals” is at a peak. We meet the people behind the websites selling them
Nike becomes the first UK company to have a Twitter campaign banned
I am depressed today. You should be too.
Former Dragons’ Den star James Caan has called on the government to stop piling unnecessary rules and regulations on small businesses so they can help the economy grow.
As sentencing is handed down to Ponzi mastermind Kautilya Nandan Pruthi, lawyer David de Ferrars shares his thoughts
Ponzi schemes have hit the headlines again twice this week as an American business man is convicted of conning investors out of £4.5bn and two more British men have been convicted in the con masterminded by Kautilya Pruthi. We take a look through the annals and recall some of the biggest Ponzis of all time
Do women need positive discrimination to reach the top?
As PricewaterhouseCoopers gets fined £1.4m, we look back at some of the most shocking and expensive misdemeanours in business history
Just over a year after the doors to Peter Gordon’s newest London restaurant opened, Gordon and his business partner Adam Wills tell us how it almost didn’t happen.
On the 20th anniversary of the demise of the Soviet Union, our editor-at-large explains why the socialist economies of the Iron Curtain were destined to fail
HSBC is the latest to get its knuckles rapped for mis-selling, we take a look at the five biggest fines slapped on by the Financial Services Authority