Enterprise News

BBC Enterprise

How Cleusa Maria went from being a child farm worker to running one of Brazil's most popular bakery chains. [...]
Sunday 20th August, 2017
Why passing away has done little to deaden the commercial appeal of musical legends like Elvis and their entrepreneurial super fans. [...]
Tuesday 15th August, 2017
How Giles Fuchs went from failing his A-levels to becoming a very wealthy property and offices boss. [...]
Sunday 13th August, 2017

Economist

Neymar, watch out FIREWORKS detonated, smoke wafted over the stage and confetti began to fall. Seventeen thousand fans cheered the European players of Team Liquid, with monikers like “MinD_ContRoL” and “MATUMBAMAN”, who had just triumphed over a Chinese side to win The International, a tournament held in Seattle's KeyArena on August [...]
Thursday 17th August, 2017
LAST year California Solar Systems (CSS), a small installer of residential solar panels, decided to “Buy American”. It turned to Suniva, a Chinese-owned firm that makes photovoltaic panels in Georgia and Michigan, rather than use cheap imports. But according to CSS's boss, Bastel Wardak, Suniva was unable to deliver what [...]
Thursday 17th August, 2017
IN WESTERN countries it is common to talk about American technology being dominant. From an Asian perspective that seems off. Fresh from visiting the region, where buskers and kerbside fishmongers can be paid by presenting a phone, Schumpeter has found it a shock being back in New York. There, buying [...]
Thursday 17th August, 2017

Financial Times

Video-streaming platform claims price and local content gives it a competitive edge [...]
Tuesday 22nd August, 2017
Worries about scams and identity theft among the factors deterring investors [...]
Monday 21st August, 2017
A boom in start-ups leads France and its president to turn to the challenge of expanding successful homegrown companies in a US-dominated industry [...]
Sunday 20th August, 2017

Guardian

Nearly a fifth of young employees would consider quitting over company dress code. Has a strict dress code affected you? A new survey has found that 10% of employees have considered quitting over company dress code, with those aged 18-24 feeling most strongly about the matter (18% would consider quitting). Moreover, [...]
Tuesday 22nd August, 2017
Coming up with a name to make your business stand out is no easy task. Here's an expert guide We all see a vast number of words on a daily basis. A study has shown that we are presented with the equivalent of 174 entire newspapers of data every single day. [...]
Tuesday 22nd August, 2017
Everyone wants to enjoy their job, but what underlying psychological factors increase your chances of being a happy worker? For some, becoming self-employed was the answer Starting your own business can be a leap of faith, but freelance food photographer and stylist Jade Sarkhel says she's never been happier: “It's so [...]
Monday 21st August, 2017

Independent

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