Environmentalism isn't just for big companies. Business in the Environment's national director Noel Morrin says research shows that all companies, big and small, can make savings by addressing waste minimisation.'If you think that a lot of companies are content doing 10% return on sales, they can actually add another 2.5% by addressing waste. That's why they do it. It's not that they're interested in the environment. It's because if you put money into raw materials that go down the drain or up your stack then that's a waste, making you less competitive.'.
Melrose's bid to take over GKN has just received the support of a leading activist investor.
How to persuade and influence your colleagues without them even noticing.
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?