By Jack Torrance Friday, 23 January 2015
Man U's millions, William Hill's error, Mark Carney's mission.
MT is scouring the land for the country's brightest young businesswomen. Have you got what it takes to be part of this year's illustrious '35 Women Under 35' list?
Our new regular columnist on learning to speak PR, the surfeit of democracy facing the Scots and how life in a start-up is full of choices
Expect some answers to the English Question, a phone that can read your mind and a wave of young professionals flowing to the regions. And what about the oil price?
Simon Weatherall's Glofaster range aims to help runners and cyclists monitor their performance.
Turning fans into shareholders is an increasingly popular way to raise cash. Here's how to do it.
The search giant's ambitions are somewhat more earthly than SpaceX's martian dreams.
Confession booth meeting rooms, fake blue skies and a slide down to the office bar. Jealous, us?
Claire Vero, founder of Aurelia Skincare, has built an impressive business but still has time for family life.
You'll only be productive if you're truly present at work, says Natalie Campbell.
A new research paper suggests that optimistic bosses end up getting paid less than their more pessimistic peers. The price of a positive outlook...
Don't skip lunch, do eat caviar and Peter Thiel's penchant for cannabis.
The startup office space provider is growing rapidly and was recently valued at $5bn.
The entrepreneur is banging his drum again about the Government's 'shortsighted vote chasing'. Shame more don't join him.
The publicity-shy startup discretely disclosed a $500m funding round late on New Year's Eve.
This year, practice resilience, humility and being realistic and know when to cut your losses, says Katarina Skoberne.
From cleaners to cryptocurrencies, these startups have the potential to make it into the mainstream next year.
Not long ago these startups were just a glint in someone's eye. Now they're showing they've got what it takes to compete with the big guys.
The former builder has built two multimillion pound turnover financial services companies - and says he's 'not afraid to make an arse of myself'.
SPONSORED: Almost 90% of people want to leave their jobs, according to a new study.
Bondara is about to appear in an ITV documentary - featuring founder and ex-investment banker Chris Simms dancing with a blow-up doll.
The store will offer discount prices on surplus food donated by supermarkets.
Bruce Bratley is adamant First Mile's competitors just can't keep up.
Small businesses are 'fast approaching breaking point' as Premier Foods and Tesco feel the heat from their supply chains.
The photo sharing app, reportedly valued at $12bn, has poached Credit Suisse banker Imran Khan.
That small suppliers are too scared to stand up to big customers is enough evidence to justify an investigation, says Forum of Private Business chief exec Phil Orford.
No matter how much it may want to, the $40bn startup can't escape responsibility for its drivers.
MT EXPERT: With the January job-hunting season in full swing, LinkedIn's Pierre Berlin recommends bigging up internal opportunities to calm those itchy feet.
Is your unofficial role at work to know your indefinite article from your ellipsis? Andrew Ingram and Tom Freeman offer some advice.
MT EXPERT: If you're thinking of investing abroad next year, check out the local borders but don't overestimate IS, says Charles Hecker.
MT EXPERT: People are highly receptive to hearing stories, because that's how we make sense of the world, says Travis Wentworth.
MT EXPERT: Unless you reward your middle managers for innovating, your company's big ideas are going nowhere, says Harvey Wade.
MT EXPERT: Even Prince Harry admits he finds public speaking nerve wracking, but there are ways to get through the fear, says Robin Kermode.
Ask senior executives where they spend their least productive hours and they'll tell you it's in meetings, says Miranda Kennett.
My top-performing salesman is a pain. Can I afford to get rid of him? Jeremy Bullmore advises.
My staff have worked really hard. How can I show my appreciation without busting the budget? Jeremy Bullmore advises.
I don't want it to happen again so how can I avoid awkward scenes at work?
MT EXPERT: Many people chowing down at Christmas will start thinking about a change of career in the New Year, but how do you avoid jumping out of the frying pan and into the fire?
MT EXPERT: Practice, network with your goal in mind and never, ever say sorry, says CMI chief executive Ann Francke.
MT EXPERT: Despite the explosion this week, Nasa shouldn't jump into bringing them back in-house, says Renaud Durand.
MT EXPERT: Figure out what you want from feedback and don't get defensive, says Claire Bremner.
MT EXPERT: Get to know clients ahead of time and prepare for tough questions, says Scott Keyser.
MT EXPERT: Training, tackling unconscious bias and setting up an LGBT network will help your staff be their very best, says Stonewall chair Jan Gooding.
MT EXPERT: If you're after networking and advice an accelerator can be invaluable, but do you really want to give up equity?
You've had a new boss for a few months and you don't really click. He or she is aloof, you keep getting things wrong and it feels as if your contribution isn't valued. What can be done?
Important cases are pending before tribunals and courts concerning workers' statutory holiday pay. In particular, should it be calculated to include overtime and commission?
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