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The scandal-hit car maker's main brand is struggling, but its profits crept up over the last three months.
It's not all about the banks.
The department store's new boss used to run Amazon's fashion business and knows a thing or two about Lycra.
UPDATE: It's not just falling fashion sales causing him problems.
The government's bid to lift some of its stifling restrictions is a sign of progress.
The scandal-hit car maker is after more than some good PR.
Fifteen years after Napster was shut down record labels are still in trouble and even Spotify is haemorrhaging cash.
Wind, nuclear, even tidal - these are the usual alternative energy suspects. But how about a hydrogen economy instead...
BeMyEye, which pays casual workers to gather info with their phones, has just raised £5m.
Whether it's filling in a tax return or putting together an employee handbook, no business owner likes getting bogged down in admin.
Elon Musk's machines may hog the limelight, but the fuel-cell powered Toyota Mirai is probably the most technologically advanced car you can buy.
The Japanese carmaker had admitted manipulating fuel consumption data for more than half a million vehicles.
From Sir Martin Sorrell to big data, here are some of the things you can look forward to on 23 June.
Despite a lot of progress at board level, just one sixth of top roles are held by women.
We're looking for inspiring yet unjustly unsung entries for the new MT/LBS Real Innovation Awards. Entry is free and glory awaits the winners, so sign up now.
You can learn a lot from Spencer Ogden, Artfinder and Howard Hunt.
Apple may be getting into bed with Chinese mega-unicorn Didi Chuxing, but it's thinking about the Chinese communist party.
The telco is back on its feet but is still counting the cost of last year's data breach.
Small private hire companies face a battle on two fronts - for their customers and their drivers.
A receptionist was sent home from a PwC office for refusing to change shoes, but it's not just sexism that's the problem here.
Play isn't just a childish distraction. It's at the heart of innovation, says Faisal Butt.
Scandals can come out of nowhere. Don't get caught with your trousers down.
Britain has many of the ingredients to lead innovation, but it needs more if it's to catch up with the best, says KPMG's Bivek Sharma.
Gideon Bright's Dryrobe has proved a hit with everyone from surfers to dog walkers.
EDITOR'S BLOG: Steve Hilton and the other founders of the Big Society got together for a shindig last night. They should make the case for a better breed of business.
The exec chair of P2P lender Kiva discusses how she's aiming to create opportunities for new businesses worldwide.
They might be bad news for media agencies (not to mention us...) but ad-blockers will force creatives to up their game.
With just four weeks to go until referendum day, should you be taking a public stance?
Let's face it, wallflowers rarely have flourishing careers. But you don't have to fake charm to have charisma.
Providing employees with more freedom in how they work can help you attract great talent, so long as you're clear about what's on offer.
When it comes to running businesses, the finance function wins hands down over marketing. But things may be about to change, says Alex Smith.
More than 1,700 businesses have signed up, but what is a B Corporation?
'If I felt what we were doing was bad, I wouldn't feel comfortable making it up with CSR' - Richard Flint, Sky Bet23 May 2016
QUICK FIRE CEO Q&A: The online gambling boss on betting's image problem and the allure of being a fighter pilot.
Business leaders could learn a thing or two from Ned Stark and Tyrion Lannister, says consultant Debbie Seunarayan.
The booming cyber security start-up has raised more than $20m and is expanding into the US.
Interims aren't just tough fixers waiting in vain for a real job. It can be a rewarding career option - if you can handle it.
As more women try on their angel investor wings, the impact on the diversity of firms securing funding could be significant.
Anxious about AI? Be flexible, stay human and remember to plan for the future, says Chris Jones.
The MT Interview
By Andrew Saunders Monday, 25 April 2016
THE MT INTERVIEW: There'll be no more hiding of Sage's light under a bushel, says the accounts software outfit's high-energy boss.
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Far from being a fad, the rise of the pop-up shop continues as businesses try to find a less expensive route to high street success.
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