Against a weak economic backdrop, brands in Britain spent almost 5 billion pounds advertising online in 2011, with video ads and marketing on social media platforms driving growth to its biggest increase in five years.
The Minister for Employment Chris Grayling has urged employers to sign up to a new work experience charter published today by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
Buy-out group OpCapita has paid £50m for 333 Game stores and will appoint former Halfords’ chief executive David Hamid as chairman.
Teaming up with the government, Web giant creates a sprawling campus to support early-stage companies.
Business Minister Mark Prisk has launched a nationwide search for the Make it in Great Britain 30 Under 30 – 30 young rising stars employed in the manufacturing industry, all aged under the age of 30.
The British Property Federation has welcomed the Government response to retail guru Mary Portas’s review of the high street.
The Treasury has set in motion a dramatic simplification of the way the smallest companies have to keep trading records and pay taxes.
Germany is preparing a raft of measures to safeguard its financial system and prevent excess stimulus from the European Central Bank leaking into an inflationary credit boom