As the business world becomes increasingly interconnected, we look at some of the key players that help firms and individuals come closer together.
We got in touch with Laïd Estelle Laurent to find out more about BloWin, a French boutique law firm, and their insight into the European economic recovery.
We spoke to Alan H Silberman, Chair-Emeritus of DENTONS antitrust/competition, who lent us his insight and experience as we sought to better understand the ever-evolving landscape of competition law.
It is vital for business owners and directors of small companies to ensure that they have accountants on board that they can trust and who can support them in running a successful business.
A landmark study by the Economic Policy Institute released today reveals that if the EU grants Market Economy Status to China, the EU could lose 3.5 million jobs and 2% of GDP.
Reed Smith advises BlueBay and Lloyds on Silverfleet’s acquisition of Masai Clothing.
Hogan Lovells Advise Mapfre’s Acquisition of Direct Line
As parties enter into mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures or any sort of corporate deal, there is often an overriding sense of harmony that this is a win-win scenario. However, perceived wisdom is that the success of any M&A activity can in fact be a double edged sword, and the sense of joyous co
Most Americans believe it’s harder to get started today compared to previous generations.
The Greek government seems determined to leave the Euro – and investors should not ignore the noise coming from Athens.
We recently spoke to Sam Pearse, Partner, Corporate & Securities, at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP about how to find face in the Fintech Investment Boom.
We recognise that happy employees are the secret to a healthy bottom Line within a business. Recent studies represent the link between happy employees and customer satisfaction.
In November 2014, Philippines renewable energy company Energy Development Corporation (EDC) signed a US$315m financing agreement with a group of foreign and local banks for the construction of the 150- MW Burgos Wind Project in Ilocos Norte.
Nils Oscar Brewing Company is the largest independent Craft brewery in Sweden in terms of turnover and production volume. We find out from CEO, Jonas Kandefelt, what’s next for the fast-growing firm?
The National Labor Relations Board’s decision to recognize a micro-union of workers in just a single department at a Macy’s store in Massachusetts rather than the entire store violates longstanding precedents on union organizing, said the NRF.
A regular global survey of hiring and firing trends covering more than 9,000 organisations in 30 key countries has found job prospects for professionals and managers continuing to improve.
Research from MakeItCheaper.com suggests that business owners are more concerned with the issues of EU membership and immigration above all else. With 17 days to go until the UK general election, business owners have said what they would like to see addressed by the winning party.
Construction Leaders Commit to Sharpening the Future Outlook for Sustainable Construction in Malaysia.
The Marque, a global success-based online business network, announces its official launch. Through its recommendation-only policy, The Marque is rapidly building a powerful membership base in London.
Today the Environment Committee of the European Parliament has confirmed, with an overall majority, a political deal with Council to cap the use of first generation biofuels.
Having worked in the banking world since the 1980s, Anne Boden has seen a lot of changes – but also a lot that has stayed the same.
Martin Smith, Chief Executive Officer at Alcumus, shares his vision for growth within the TIC and GRC markets.
Desso, a leading carpets and sport pitches company (part of Tarkett), today announced the appointment of Roland Jonkhoff (46) as Managing Director of Desso.
Intuit Inc. is a software company that develops financial and tax preparation software and related services for small businesses, accountants and individuals. We spoke to Nikhil Arora, Vice President and Managing Director at Intuit India, on the landmark deal and the growing sense of optimism among
Based in Poland, Innova Capital is one of the leading private equity firms in Central Europe. We spoke to Krzysztof Kulig, Managing Partner at Innova Capital, about the company’s unique investment approach and how they are benefiting from Poland’s surge in economic development.
William LaMont (T) Thompson, Esq. is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Association of Graduates of the United States Air Force Academy. He told us about his fascinating story from enlisting in the US Air Force, to building his own company and beyond.
The Barclays Employers’ Survey 2015, which questioned over 660 UK businesses*, has revealed that mid-size businesses will be leading on job creation and wage growth in 2015.
We spoke to Greg Parrish, Director of accountancy and tax practice, My Controller, to find out more about his company, the UK business environment and his secrets for success.
Small and Medium sized businesses (SMEs) are planning to increase exports by 5% in the year ahead.
Nokia Labs Head of Operations Jarkko Pellikka, Ph.D says the Nordic region boasts some of the finest examples of process and operational excellence in the world today.
Reduced profits from capital market-related activities to hold back plans for expansion in the country.
Colin’s Pack is a dog hiking business in Santa Monica, California, focused on creating balanced dogs
through leadership, exercise and socialization. Colin West, owner and founder of Colin’s Pack, told us more
about his company’s innovative approach to dog training.