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4 Tools for Better Organizing Your Business Activities

Martin Castilla            No comments            Apr, 30
Can you manage your team and your business without a specific tool in today’s day and age? Well of course you can. However, can you manage it successfully without a set of management tools? The answer to that question

How to Dig Your Business out of Debt?

Martin Castilla            No comments            Apr, 27
According to the statistics from July 2013, over 88 percent of small businesses carried a debt, while the average size of this debt was around $835,828. The reason behind this is the fact that getting indebted is a slippery

5 Steps to Turning Your Idea into a Successful Business

Martin Castilla            No comments            Apr, 27
Everyone can have a great business idea. Unfortunately, a great business idea on its own is not enough. According to numerous surveys, 9 out of 10 startups fail even though all of them had some great ideas. Well, what

We pay our fair share of tax, says big business

Martin Castilla            No comments            Mar, 31
Big business has hit back at claims that it is not paying its fair share by revealing that the sector contributed £80.5 billion in taxes this year.

Confidence rises as sterling falls

Martin Castilla            No comments            Mar, 15
Small business confidence has returned to levels last seen before June’s referendum, reversing the negative sentiment that followed the vote to leave the European Union.

How the modern legal world can keep its millennial employees happy

Martin Castilla            No comments            Mar, 1
Some newly qualified lawyers at US firms in London are said to be starting on salaries as large as £135,000 — quite staggering, right? It is a bold statement to invest so much in young talent, but is it

Labour pledge to end ‘sweetheart’ tax rates for big business

Martin Castilla            No comments            Feb, 15
Thousands of companies would be forced to publish their tax returns for the first time under a Labour plan to end “sweetheart deals” for big business.

Shot businessman begged for life in raid on mansion

Martin Castilla            No comments            Feb, 2
A wealthy businessman screamed “Oh my God, I am going to die,” after he was shot in the leg during a raid on his country mansion, a court was told.

Businessman fined over 22m nuisance calls

Martin Castilla            No comments            Jan, 23
A businessman responsible for making 22 million automated telephone calls was identified yesterday, as his company received one of the largest fines on record for nuisance messages.

Businesses must switch on to threat of cybercrime

Martin Castilla            No comments            Jan, 7
Between the US elections and the hacking of Ashley Madison, cybercrime can sometimes sound like the plot of a Hollywood movie rather than anything the majority of British businesses should be worried about. After all, what could Vladimir or

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