Ten business leaders debate how to do more with less, at minimal cost to the planet.
The e-tail giant's UK division paid just £2.4m in corporation tax on sales of £4.3bn last year - a rate of less than 0.1%. And that's despite Amazon receiving £2.5m in government grants...
It turns out that escorts and prostitutes have been using LinkedIn to tout their wares. Well, it is the world's oldest 'profession'...
H&M and Inditex-owned Zara have joined a host of EU high street brands in signing an accord to improve safety conditions in Bangladeshi factories. 'We do not want slave labour,' said Abdul Latif Siddiqui, Bangladesh's minister for textiles.
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Hacking continues to be a major problem for businesses in 2013. Here's how to protect your data from the online thieves.
For some, the displaying of religious symbols, such as crucifixes, is a very important part of their life, at home and at work. However, this can cause issues in the workplace. Employment lawyer Ann Bevitt has the lowdown.
It's difficult to avoid the topic of sexual harassment at the moment, and although it's politicians currently in the headlines, there are serious risks with these types of complaints for all employers to consider. Ann Bevitt from Morrison & Foerster ...
An investigation by the OFT has resulted in three major high street gym chains having to offer better cancellation rights to their members, as well as improving contract transparency.
No one is immune to a cyber attack but there are some safeguards you can put in place to ensure that a hack doesn't prove fatal for your business.
The food manufacturer has withdrawn three 'beef' ready meals from supermarkets across the UK and Ireland after its chilli con carne was found to contain 2% horse. Chilli con cavallo, more like.