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At larger companies, there is overwhelming evidence that getting more women into senior positions leads to superior performance
How do the energy companies get away with shutting small businesses out of the benefits that all customers should be feeling?
The Alternative Investment Market has just enjoyed its best year since the financial crisis, or one of its most disappointing – which view you take depends on how you judge the performance of London’s junior stock market.
Private equity and venture capital firms, in particular, are relaxed about the threat crowdfunding poses
With less than two weeks to go until Scotland’s referendum, small business leaders appear to be sanguine. In March, 90 per cent of them told the entrepreneur network Ingenious Britain that they knew how they would vote, with 48 per cent concerned that independence would hurt their business. But by the summer, two-thirds of small and medium-sized business reckoned independence would make no difference to them, according to a survey by the networking group Vistage.
What support do business start-ups need most today in order to get off the ground, grow and eventually prosper?
Why should Germany have 10 times more medium-sized enterprises than the UK?
A rather tragic sign went up last week in the window of Arber & Co, a small printer that has inhabited the same premises in the heart of the East End for almost 120 years.
Pension funds and insurance companies need a very particular type of investment in order to run their businesses.
Political leaders from across the eurozone were urged last night to take a grip on Europe's sovereign debt crisis before the continent plunged back into recession. World stock markets suffered another roller-coaster day, with no single leader or central bank taking charge of the response to the turmoil.