Reputation Matters

As the saying goes: it takes a lifetime to build a reputation, but a moment to lose it. 

How to deal with the unthinkable

How to deal with the unthinkable

SPONSORED: Major disasters - serious accidents, even terror attacks - are extremely rare occurrences in...

For all its foibles, I'd still pick BA over Ryanair or United

For all its foibles, I'd still pick BA over Ryanair or United

The national flag carrier has ditched free food and trimmed leg room to cut costs...

Is it 'no more Mister Good Guy' for Unilever?

Is it 'no more Mister Good Guy' for Unilever?

The virtuous consumer goods giant is I Can't Believe It's Not Butter-ing up shareholders, selling...

MPs have a plan to shake up Britain's boardrooms

MPs have a plan to shake up Britain's boardrooms

The business committee wants a crackdown on fat cat pay and half of new top...

6 stats that show how far UK Plc still has to go on race

6 stats that show how far UK Plc still has to go on ...

The upper echelons of British business remain overwhelmingly white.

When no advertising is good advertising

When no advertising is good advertising

What have GoPro, Lush and Monster got in common, other than all being brands people...

Can Tesco finally move on from its accounting scandal?

Can Tesco finally move on from its accounting scandal?

The supermarket has inked a deal with the Serious Fraud Office two and a half...

Ad agency rebrands with the name of its Jewish founders

Ad agency rebrands with the name of its Jewish founders

In a stand against xenophobia, advertising giant Grey has renamed itself Valenstein & Fatt to...

Google's extremist ad problem won't go away

Google's extremist ad problem won't go away

EDITOR'S BLOG: As more advertisers pull out over extremist videos, the search giant refuses...

Big Tobacco warns food and drink firms: 'You're next'

Big Tobacco warns food and drink firms: 'You're next'

The maker of Silk Cut and Benson & Hedges says booze, sweets and fizzy drinks...

Travis Kalanick is still the right man to lead Uber

Travis Kalanick is still the right man to lead Uber

The ride-hailing firm's CEO is a publicity nightmare, but would it still be Uber without...

Businesses should seize the opportunity to shape Brexit's outcome

Businesses should seize the opportunity to shape Brexit's outcome

It's easy to steer clear of politics but business leaders should make the most of...