Businesses should take the lead on improving the lot of Britain's young workers.
Volkswagen's supervisory board backs boss Winterkorn against its own chair's very public efforts to diss him. Oh mein Gott.
Goldman and the gang are reporting bumper profits, but their woes may not be behind them.
Aero engine giant Rolls Royce has secured the biggest order in its history, a $9.2bn deal to provide engines for 50 Airbus A380 super jumbos ordered by Emirates.
The supermarket sector's woes continue.
The deal values the chain at £1.3bn and means its planned float won't go ahead.
Profits at WH Smiths are up 4% despite a fall in turnover of 2%. How long can it keep this up?
Sales at the consumer goods giant were up 12.3%, mainly thanks to the weak Euro.
Organic sales at the drinks giant fall 0.7% as emerging market troubles continue.
The Facebook founder held a Q&A session last night, taking time out from his apparently very busy schedule.
An American entrepreneur has decided to pay all his workers at least $70,000.
The search giant is under fire over claims it's abusing its dominant market position.
Runaway results in the group's sports fashion division are slowed slightly by the continuing losses in its Blacks and Millets outdoor business.
The fund woos shareholders away from activist investors Elliott with strong returns and a search for a 'truly independent' non-executive director.
The regulator said Clydesdale staff gave false information to the Financial Ombudsman.
Centrica has hired the former head of Aviva Mark Hodges to run its British Gas division, but can he stand the heat?
The discount retailer is soaring but its merger with 99p Stores is under threat.
Passenger numbers climb in both the airports in contention for London's new runway.
Jay Bregman's Verifly has secured the backing of Irelandia Aviation, the company behind Ryanair.
A tyre-smoking row has broken out between Ferdinand Piech, chairman of Volkswagen, and his CEO - and former protégé - Martin Winterkorn. What's going on?
Fears of a 'hard landing' increase as exports plummet, but the reason may be found in the moon.
It's possible to build a business without giving up all your 'me time'.
Lopo Champalimaud's Wahanda is like a Just Eat for haircuts and facials.
With Altogether Travel, Stephen Chalmers is tapping into the fast-growing market for social care.
Nobody likes delivering bad news, but there's a wrong and a right way to do it.
Here's how to avoid some of the most common pitfalls entrepreneurs encounter.
MT is scouring the land for the country's brightest young businesswomen. Have you got what it takes to be part of our '35 Women Under 35' list?
Volatile chemistry at Ineos, China's crackdown hits Scotland, Venezuela's risky rep.
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The sharing economy is not only disrupting established business models - it's also turning workers from tenured employees into hyper-individual guns for hire.
Alex Stephany certainly knows his subject - the rapidly expanding global market for idle assets - but there's more to it than his book allows, says Benita Matofska
I was only trying to cheer up an overworked member of our events team, but pay rises aren't due until the end of the year.
Many people find interviews nerve-racking and fail to present themselves in the best light. Here's how to acquit yourself well.
My sales director has only been in the job two weeks - but my instinct is telling me to fire him already. Am I right?
My female business partner overlooks women's ideas and gives them menial jobs. How can I stop her being sexist?
Take time away from working in your business to work on it, says Jo Haigh.
Your company needs to evolve as it takes on more staff and clients.
Know your market, put a good pitch together and treat your potential investor like a human being.
Warren Buffett's annual letter is gospel to investors - but beneath the numbers it's also a master class in management communication.
Many people fear both giving and getting feedback - so they don't make the most of their own and others' careers.
Fake smiles, break promises and pretend to care about feedback if you want to get ahead at work.
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