Big Business

Asa Bennett

Six Wars Miliband Has Waged Against Business

HuffingtonPost.com | Asa Bennett | Posted 13.06.2014 | UK Politics

Ed Miliband has come under pressure from two former Labour ministers to be nicer to business and not give the impression that he wants to hurt British...

The B-Team a Turning Point for Business? Not Without the 'Boom'!

Marko Kasic | Posted 21.08.2013 | UK
Marko Kasic

I sincerely hope the B-Team lets the Millennial Generation lead them and that it doesn't turn into procession of corporate compunction by born again incumbent leaders. The world doesn't need apologies; it needs a new perspective that defines success. It needs a 'Boom'.

Screw Fair - Let's Treat Small Businesses Unfairly

Vivi Friedgut | Posted 23.04.2013 | UK
Vivi Friedgut

Chuka Umunna recently set a new year's resolution to not use the phrase 'SMEs' and accurately made the point that not all small businesses are the same so lumping them into a homogenous pile is wrong.

No Energy to Fight

Tony Schumacher | Posted 19.12.2012 | UK
Tony Schumacher

I used to drive a mini cab of a night for a living, assuming, of course, you can could it a living. Long nights and late night fights with the drunk a...

Why Big Businesses Must Be Creatively Led

Jim Prior | Posted 13.05.2012 | UK
Jim Prior

The biggest problem facing large organisations today is not a lack of desire to change but a lack of know-how. It stems from a fundamental leadership issue: the wrong types of people have been left in charge.

Labour's Reasons to Be Cheerful

Mags Waterhouse | Posted 19.03.2012 | UK Politics
Mags Waterhouse

January is a depressing month if you live in the northern hemisphere. Gloomy, damp, dark - and that's just the economic outlook!

Big Businesses Can Negotiate With the Tax Man, but Small Businesses Must Pay Up!

Jo Nockels | Posted 29.02.2012 | UK
Jo Nockels

HM Revenue & Customs got absolutely roasted by the media following the publication of the Committee of Public Accounts Report which revealed a scandalous story involving the usual suspects: big business, money and Sachs.