By Rebecca Smith Thursday, 28 April 2016
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The Chinese ecommerce company is hungry to expand in the on-demand market - watch out Just Eat.
Uniplaces is on a quest to become a global platform for students to find accommodation.
The ride-hailing app makes money on each ride in the US but its global expansion is burning through big bucks.
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Family firms contributed 26% of Britain's GDP in 2014, up 4%.
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How to brew up success, black cabbies fight back, Huawei's CEO swap.
The founder of Ethos on setting up her London vegetarian restaurant at the age of 26 and why she'd consider using a pseudonym.
The fintech entrepreneur reveals how a raw deal for dairy farmers convinced her to change careers.
It's good having someone else fighting your corner but the right relationship can make or break a business.
It's been brewing up sales success, but the controversial beer maker still has loftier goals in mind.
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If you try to discourage him, he's likely to go ahead anyway, but may fail and not ask for help. Encouragement works better, says Jeremy Bullmore.
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A cruise might be a nightmarish prospect for your husband. See if you can persuade him to gradually reduce his hours instead, says Jeremy Bullmore.
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You need to be firm and allocate spaces in the car park based on seniority, says Jeremy Bullmore.
You need to warn the younger partners that these payouts are unsustainable and you fear for the future, says Jeremy Bullmore.
Want to stop checking your phone constantly, procrastinating or being late? Here are ways to retrain your brain.
You need to ask to talk to his wife directly - and then explain why it might not be best for her, says Jeremy Bullmore.
Yes, but don't threaten to resign unless you're prepared to follow through, says Jeremy Bullmore.
CRASH COURSE: Here's how to find a CFO or FD who's more than just a high-powered bean counter.
Tell the chief executive that you won't feel you are earning your fee until your abilities are used to help improve the business, says Jeremy Bullmore.
Facing a complex, ambiguous situation? Don't leave it to others to make a decision. Here's how to take the lead.
If you're in a hurry to progress in your job, an MBA won't necessarily help you get to the top more quickly, says Jeremy Bullmore.
I've sold my start-up and work for the new boss under the earn-out terms. I hate it, what should I do?29 January 2016
Stop feeling sorry for yourself. Focus on the company's performance to make sure you get your earn-out cheque, says Jeremy Bullmore.
You need to clarify your sickness policy with a company memo, says Jeremy Bullmore.
Don't try and dodge the task, instead get colleagues to help you, says Jeremy Bullmore.
First work out what expertise and experience you can offer and then try local organisations, says Jeremy Bullmore.
No. You'll just make him feel bad and you could damage your working relationship, says Jeremy Bullmore.
Just thinking about doing something won't get results, it's what you actually do that counts. Here's how not to fall into the action-intention gap.
Brands need to stand for something and stand out - but they have to get internal stakeholders on board first.
An entrepreneur needs to thoroughly scrutinise their idea, says start-up adviser Nadav Rosenberg.
You don't have to be a big company like TalkTalk to be targeted by hackers.
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