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I’ve never been psychoanalysed before. But upon entering the conference room with Sven Hughes, founder of strategic communications [...]

3 June

Why are businesses treating millennials differently from every other generation? We’ve seen an avalanche of contradictory [...]

3 June

In 2009, when City workers emerged bleary-eyed and hungover from the financial crisis, partying definitely wasn’t on the priority [...]

3 June

Becoming a great football striker needs a lot of practice. [...]

31 May

Unemployment is at its lowest rate since the early 1970s. This is good news for those preparing to leave the nation’s schools, [...]

31 May

Trains in the UK are rubbish. Okay, this isn’t really a surprise announcement, but neither is the “we’re sorry to announce [...]

30 May

The chief exec of betting firm Ladbrokes is set to forego around £150,000 as he takes a gamble designed to quell shareholder [...]

29 May

Government figures show that over the past five years, some 930,000 disabled people have found employment – an increase of [...]

29 May

Chief executives feel compelled to be constantly “doing”. There’s an underlying urgent mantra of “move quickly” and [...]

29 May

Childcare is notoriously expensive in the UK. [...]

29 May

A new review recommends cutting university fees to £7,500 a year – is this a good idea? [...]

29 May

A fund that invests in UK companies that are prioritising gender diversity has marked its one-year anniversary, having encouraged [...]

28 May

Our brains have been humanity’s best adaption. Despite sharing 90 per cent of our DNA with our primate cousins, it’s the [...]

28 May

This week, consumer watchdog Which revealed that rail passengers lost four million hours to train delays last year, with an average [...]

24 May

Even in the age of Google, remembering certain things can give you a huge advantage in business. In fact, your ability to remember [...]

23 May