With national tea day this weekend, we take a closer look at the UK’s favourite beverage.
Google parent company Alphabet claims to have purchased enough renewable energy to power its global operations for an entire year.
With top CEO’s and marathon runners included in those who exercise before the work day begins, we take a look at the pros and cons of going for that morning run.
Over two days of questioning in congress, the world’s attention was turned to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
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.
It suggests that men with dependants are less likely to be employed if they ask for flexible working hours as opposed to women Working fathers with young children should have 12 weeks of paternity leave, paid time to attend antenatal appointments and flexible working hours – according to proposals made by a UK parliamentary committee.
A research organisation has criticised the International Energy Agency for promoting fossil fuel use – saying it could have a big impact on climate change The International Energy Agency (IEA) has come under fire for steering the industry towards decisions that would cause “severe climate change”.
The UK Aviation Strategy will have six objectives that aim to improve the world’s third largest aviation network Passengers will be placed at the heart of UK aviation as the sector’s future was mapped out in a new Government plan.
As Winston Churchill Day is celebrated today (9 April), we pick through some of his best quotes and how they can provide inspiration to business leaders He is one of Britain’s most loved sons after epitomising patriotism and leading his country to victory in the Second World War – but Winston Churchill also has
The new division within Groupe PSA will be dedicated to building electric cars and introducing zero-emissions alternatives across its models by 2025 Peugeot’s parent company has created a new arm of its business that will focus exclusively on developing electric vehicles.
Having more entrepreneurs would “massively boost” the UK’s economy – but more start-up support could be needed There are almost seven million latent entrepreneurs in the UK who have dreamt up plans for a business but are being held back from launching it, according to a new survey.
The SMMT figures for March 2018 follow the UK Government plan to ban all new petrol and diesel car and van sales by 2040 The demand for new diesel cars continues to decline as UK sales were down by 37.2 per cent in March 2018 compared to the same month last year, new industry figures
The Paris higher education institution wants to attract the next generation of artificial intelligence (AI) talent to strengthen an already thriving ecosystem France is bidding to become a global leader in artificial intelligence research after teaming up with Google in a new project.
Air Race E will use electric aviation technology that is being tested by the likes of Roll-Royce, Airbus and Siemens for commercial aircraft Air racing is set to be revolutionised after plans were unveiled for the world’s first all-electric airplane race.
Nicola Sturgeon visited Aggreko’s plant to find out about the Future Technology renewable energy programme, which aims to cut bills worldwide The next generation of power technology will be developed in Scotland – with the ultimate aim of reducing the cost of energy for communities and industries around the world.
The gender pay gap disclosures have revealed some interesting results for businesses including Apple, Google and Ryanair The deadline is fast approaching for UK companies with at least 250 employees to disclose their gender pay gap.
Companies with at least 250 employees have until midnight tonight to publish their gender pay gap Publishing the gender pay gap provides an opportunity for businesses to “drive change in their workplaces”, says the head of UK employers’ group the CBI.
A new immersive tour gives people the chance to go deep behind the scenes at Silicon Valley – but it will set you back £9,000 It’s home to some of the world’s biggest technology firms and now the greatest minds inside Silicon Valley can be tapped into for inspiration in a new tour.
Senior executives from tech companies including Amazon Web Services discuss the key themes surrounding innovation and how to make a success of ideas Creating a “mini-Silicon Valley” community of idea makers can help to mould a culture of innovation within an organisation.
Easter Bank Holiday is approaching with a chance for a four-day long weekend.
New report looks at the gap between innovation and turning ideas into successful products, services or strategies Often it is something that has been gradually crafted from the smallest seed, while at other times it may just pop into our head in an instant.
The French car giant converted a classic Hindustan Ambassador into a Peugeot 208 GTi for the new video It is Peugeot’s best-selling car of all time and was the subject of one of the brand’s most iconic adverts – now the 206 model is celebrating its 20th anniversary.