Passengers seek flights after Flybmi ceases operations Posted on Sunday February 17, 2019
Travellers tell the BBC they cannot get home after the UK regional airline went into administration.
Porsche warns UK customers of Brexit price rise Posted on Sunday February 17, 2019
The German carmaker asks new UK customers to agree a possible 10% price rise for post-Brexit deliveries.
Pension contribution hike to hit pay packets Posted on Sunday February 17, 2019
The potential impact on workers with auto-enrolled pensions is "quite substantial", says an expert.
How Lidl learnt to be less German in the UK Posted on Sunday February 17, 2019
Ronny Gottschlich, the former boss of Lidl, explains how the German discounter grew in the UK.
Chancellor Philip Hammond's visit to China not going ahead Posted on Saturday February 16, 2019
It comes amid reports a speech by the UK's defence secretary has caused upset in China.
The community that rejected Amazon Posted on Friday February 15, 2019
Amazon's plans for a campus in Long Island City bitterly divided a community grappling with rapid change.
'Killer car seats' sold online for £8 Posted on Saturday February 16, 2019
The illegal car seats have appeared for sale online, although sites say listings have been deleted.
RBS warns of Brexit harm as profits double Posted on Friday February 15, 2019
Profits jump at the bank, but it warns the economy faces a heightened level of Brexit uncertainty.
UK retail sales bounce back in January Posted on Friday February 15, 2019
Clothing discounts helped retail sales to rebound sharply last month, official figures show.
Which banks do customers love or hate? Posted on Friday February 15, 2019
The UK's competition body lists the top, and bottom, rated banks for customer satisfaction.
Most popular BAM articles Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Top hits from the last quarter in Business and Management.
Equality, diversity and inclusion Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
This ten minute webinar presented by ACAS, is part of a series on essential employment issues. The first webinar cover equality, diversity and inclusion.
Business and Management Faculty webinars and events Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Stay up to date by attending our 2019 webinars, either at Chartered Accountants’ Hall or in the comfort of your home.
Webinar resources Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Thank you for registering on to the Business and Management Faculty's webinar, Equality, diversity and inclusion, broadcast on 11 February 2019.
2018 salary guide Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Taking a deeper look at what CFOs and FDs earn.
Making use of all your information Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
How can we help accountants make use of all the information they generate?
What do people say about your business? Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Ken Schmidt details why you should be taking note about who's saying what about your business.
Accountants and data scientists - collaborating for success Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
How can finance departments and internal audit make the most of data science? This was the main question Centrica's internal audit team and ICAEW discussed at a workshop on 15 October 2018.
Do you forecast optimistically? Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
The pros and cons of optimistic business forecasting.
Telling your story Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
We all negotiate on a much more frequent basis than we realise but some of us are much better than others are winning arguments. David Gillespie, professional actor and coach, brings some practical tips in how to persuade people and better negotiate in this punchy twenty minute webinar.
Merits of a four day week Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
A few organisations are considering shortening the week to four days. What are the advantages for employers?
Social media management Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Years spent building a reputation can be wiped out in a social media moment. Nina Bryant explores how online customer engagement can be a force for success rather than disaster.
Achieving export success Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Mark Blayney Stuart talks to manufacturing experts to find out about their experiences of expanding overseas and managing export growth.
Create or die – the innovation imperative Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
The history of innovation in business shows a mix of extraordinary successes and unexpected disasters - sometimes both together, as Morgen Witzel explains.
Special report 63: Innovation Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Innovation is key to improving productivity and efficiency. This report covers the subject with practical and interesting articles.
Achieving work life balance Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
In the fourth part of our Future of Work series, Peter Taylor Whiffen explores work-life boundaries and how to ensure they stay separate.
Making the most of your board Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Niamh Corbett of Board Intelligence shares some practical and interesting tips around ‘The Six Conversations’ your Board should be having.
Webinar: Maximising the potential of board and executive meetings Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
How can the CFO equip their board to stimulate a more valuable conversation? This webinar took place on 03 October 2013.
Commuting and work Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
In the second part of our future of work series, Alison Coleman explores the impact commuting has on businesses and workforces – and what solutions might lie ahead.
Practical Excel tips Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
In this webinar, Excel guru John Tennent will cover easy shortcuts to save you time dealing with the most common problems faced by Excel users. John will cover easy identification of incorrect and misused formulae, cell styles, duplicate data and professional formatting of spreadsheets.
How the chocolate bar became a million dollar idea Posted on Thursday February 14, 2019
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the chocolate bar became a million dollar idea.
Japan turns to tech to cut long working hours Posted on Wednesday February 13, 2019
Overwork is a longstanding problem in Japan and companies are turning to technology for solutions.
May challenged on 'rip-off' energy cap pledge Posted on Wednesday February 13, 2019
An MP reminds the PM of her call to end to rip-off energy prices, but tells her 2.5 million people were now in fuel poverty.
'I was in the taxi and he put his hand on my knee' Posted on Tuesday February 12, 2019
As taxi drivers face the prospect of extra criminal checks, one woman tells of being assaulted by her driver.
'Ideas are worthless, execution matters' Posted on Monday February 11, 2019
StockX founder Josh Luber says entrepreneurs just need to put "one foot in front of the other".
Brexit: How could it affect the fashion industry? Posted on Monday February 11, 2019
Brexit may mean buying your favourite brand could cost you more. Here's why.
747: How the jumbo jet shaped 50 years of flight Posted on Saturday February 09, 2019
Fifty years since the Boeing 747's first flight, BBC Rewind looks back on how the jumbo jet changed aviation and global travel.
The art dealer making jewellery from e-waste Posted on Friday February 08, 2019
Eliza Walter works at an art gallery, but in her spare time she makes sustainable jewellery.
Parle-G: Reinventing a biscuit empire Posted on Friday February 08, 2019
India's Parle-G ranks among the world's biggest selling biscuits but competition is heating up. Can they stay ahead?
What would you do if you were financially independent? Posted on Friday February 08, 2019
Could you live frugally so that you could be financially independent by your 40s?