The Paypal founder and Silicon Valley investment veteran, Peter Thiel, has said that Europeans have a poor work ethic because of their low expectations.
Property prices fell in September, the first drop in 16 months, according to Nationwide.
The state-owned bank says its bad loans aren't doing as badly as it had thought. Which is good.
Revised figures show the economy shrank 6%, not 7.2%, in the recession. Thank god for drugs and prostitution.
Next warned today it could have to revise its profit forecasts after sales were hit by unseasonably sultry weather.
The German discounter has reported record UK turnover and a 65.2% boost in pre-tax profits.
The skeletons just keep coming, as the part taxpayer-owned bank gets rid of staff.
The city's stock market and currency are taking a hit, as tens of thousands of people continue to protest against China's election plans
Small and medium-sized businesses are increasingly optimistic about overseas growth prospects, with young businesspeople leading the charge.
Apple is braced for hefty fines as the European Commission prepares to reveal its ruling in its tax avoidance investigation.
There's more bad news for Balfour Beatty today, as executive chairman Steve Marshall is set to leave the beleaguered business after its third profit warning in five months.
The retailer may be coming back from the brink, making almost £17m in operating profits in the 11 months after going under.
Getting stuck in car boots, ambitious 18 year olds and Old Beardy on the publicity trail (again).
The bond giant is fast unravelling as its once legendary founder leaves for rival Janus Capital. Talk about two-faced...
Hometrack's survey says prices are stagnant across the nation and going down in London, but the Land Registry still sees growth, especially in the capital. You know what they say about statistics...
Corporate spat alert: Google responds to News Corp's suggestion that it's cynical and throws in a jab of its own. Better get the popcorn.
Pay is reportedly being removed from Lord Hill's finance commissioner brief, as the EU clamps down on 'allowances'.
The Bank of England governor is trying to ease us gently into the idea of interest rates going up.
Escape is impossible from the boot of these £200,000 cars, which apparently 'increases risk of injury or possibly death'.
The accountancy firm's help for staff struggling to get on the property ladder is the first shot in a new war for talent.
Back in 2009, Dave Lewis said brands had to deliver against expectations. He'll need to take his own advice now at Tesco...
The iPhone 6's teething troubles continue, as a deluge of complaints causes Apple to withdraw the first update to its new operating system after less than an hour.
20 QUESTIONS: The founder of the Amazon price-beating site talks Robot Wars, freezing on film sets and filming Elon Musk's wedding.
To be excellent won't get you ahead in a world where there is little difference between one company's products and another. How then to stand out?
POWER MUMS: The founder of law firm Halebury and mother of three commutes between LA and London and admits to being a control freak. She talks about learning to let go and being bossy.
20 QUESTIONS: The honey beer entrepreneur and 35 Under 35-er wants to move her business from London to Hull and thinks politicians should cut ties with the media.
But is there any way to avoid it?
The ever-inventive engineer has released a mysterious video announcing a product launch on September 4th. What could it be...?
20 QUESTIONS: The founder of the parking app talks about his 'property porn obsession' and why he offers his staff infinite holidays.
Serendipity is more than luck. Entrepreneurs need to be able to recognise and seize opportunities, says Faisal Butt.
20 QUESTIONS: The founder of the women-only dating app talks about her plans to move to the US and why she wants to rename her business.
More than half of small Scottish businesses think independence would be a threat to the country's economic growth.
MT EXPERT: If you're after networking and advice an accelerator can be invaluable, but do you really want to give up equity?
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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MT EXPERT: Develop your own staff and get them on board as you sniff out new blood, says Shaun Thomson.
Before you face journalists or get grilled by MPs, make sure you prepare and practice, says Bob Leaf.
MT EXPERT: The best boards are diverse, well trained and have that magic mix of skills, says the IoD's Dr Roger Barker.
MT EXPERT: Agile is for more than just yoga gurus, says Black Pepper Software's John Cooke.
MT EXPERT: To get customer service right, companies need to be both real and realistic, says Nick Peart.
MT EXPERT: You're not paranoid - they really are out to get you, says Simon Smith of IBM Security Systems.
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