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Pimlico Plumbers boss Charlie Mullins is suing Yelp for “defamatory and disgusting” reviews about the company.
There are 281,000 dollar-millionaires based in London, according to new research – the equivalent of almost one in 30 of the capital’s population (including those who work in London).
Now, I’m sure there are few of us who would turn our noses up at making $2.91bn in total revenue in just three months, as Facebook just did in its second quarter of this year (Q2 2014).
Police have carried out a controlled explosion of a suspect package outside the Houses of Parliament.
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From open days to apprenticeships, businesses are rising to the challenge
Sourcing the right people and attracting talent to roles is a major challenge for any recruitment department. Here’s how to do it
One million employers are due for enrolment. Is your business ready?
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Every firm in the FTSE 100 now has at least one woman on its board, but is this just “window dressing”?
Ethical consumerism is growing fast, and business leaders know it, explains our editor. Are you moving quickly enough?
Downfall of the highly controversial maverick entrepreneur
These follies can wipe out profits and slow growth
Stop day-dreaming and start doing. It’s easier than you think. Our free e-guide will show you how
From school books to rare books, British products are in high demand
By 2017 total expenditure from domestic and overseas tourists in the UK is forecast to reach over £135.5bn. Is your business ready to take advantage?
BRICS and MINTs are all very well – but when it comes to starting out, businesses should begin with Europe
Exporting is easier than you think. Here’s how to get started
From crowd-funding to equity finance, this is your fast-growth need-to-know
It could cost your business up to £50,000 if you don’t take action on time
Today the government said jobseekers would lose their benefits if they turn down zero-hours contracts without a good reason.
Talent doesn’t just reside in those with the best contacts, says the City of London Corporation’s policy chairman
Looking for improved productivity, innovation and resilience?
How your business can stay ahead as the economy grows
The CEO of National Grid tackles skills gaps
The government wants you to export – and banks are ready to help you
It’s not all stabbing people in the back