Don't be surprised if somebody hands you a completely blank business card. They probably work for a 'stealth company' that keeps its activities secret from almost everybody. Armed with a new technology that expands the utility of e-mail, dot.com start-up Zaplets feared potential copycats, so it went 'into stealth'. The name, which might have made web-watchers inquisitive, was changed to the meaningless FireDrop. Job applicants had no idea of FireDrop's purpose - only that it was internet-linked - until they signed a tough non-disclosure agreement on hiring. FireDrop even deliberately took new offices that weren't on any map. Oddly enough, it had a web site. But don't worry; that contained no contact or other useful information - just like those of some major UK companies. Are they in stealth too?
The Great British Bake Off star on being the first woman to run a 'serious restaurant', ageism and that unfortunate tweet.
UPDATE: The construction firm goes into liquidation after being unable to reach a deal with creditors and government.
The co-founder of West End Drinks named her gin in honour of her co-founder's father, strip club tycoon Paul Raymond.
As of tomorrow - 13th Jan - open banking is officially A Thing. But what is and how will it work for entrepreneurs?
Why aren't more men shouting out about equal pay? All of us are dependent on women being paid fairly.
Step into tomorrow's world of biophilic design, giant staircases and work pods.