The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) World Energy Outlook report describes China is as moving towards a “New Normal”.
Friday the 13th has been a sign of bad luck since mythological times, but how has the date affected business?
Losing its London licence and suspending its driverless car programme after an autonomous vehicle killed a woman in a crash are among the controversies to hit Uber in the past 12 months When Uber burst on to the scene with an app that could send a cheap taxi heading your way at any moment
Horses and jockeys will take centre stage at this weekend’s Grand National – but who are the horse owners?
Simon Bazalgette is the top boss at the Jockey Club, the organisation that runs Grand National venue Aintree Racecourse The Grand National is still one of the most popular sporting events in Britain and now it’s back for its 171st year.
Not many people will have noticed it, but the London Silver Vaults is home to the largest retail collection of fine antique silver in the world Tucked away behind a rather inconspicuous door in Chancery Lane, between the City and West End, is the London Silver Vaults.
Nestle has joined the likes of Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Unilever in pledging recycling for all its packaging by 2025 Nestle has announced an ambition to make 100 per cent of its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025.
Some 18 of the 23 sectors surveyed by the CBI say they want to remain aligned with existing EU regulation after Brexit Moving away from EU rules and regulations could yield “greater costs than opportunities” for UK firms after Brexit, according to the UK’s leading business group.
Sir Martin Sorrell is one of the most established CEOs of the FTSE 100 – and he shares company with bosses from the likes of Next, Bet365 and Sky The CEO position is best summed up by former General Electric boss Jeff Immelt.