Here is the second Biz Quiz of the new school year! A tough one this week.
This looks like a really interesting example of a joint venture between two global multinational businesses - GSK and Alphabet (the parent company of Google).
A great example of reshoring here which also illustrates the importance of robotic automation in large-scale manufacturing.
Oh dear. It looks like the writing is firmly on the wall for middle-of-the-road, stuck-in-the-middle, department store BHS.
Business students need to understand the key concept of quality as part of their studies. This series of short topic videos explains everything they need to know.
The study of motivation is a key part of most business courses. Here are a series of short revision videos that explain the key motivational theories.
This short revision video outlines the two methods of calculating percentage changes in business exams.
The use of exchange rates in simple business maths calculations is outlined in this revision video.
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Most businesses sell more that one product. Often they will produce several similar products that appeal to different customers. A collection of such products is known as a "product group"...
This superb article from Bloomberg Businessweek is packed with marketing strategy less golddust.
More than one million of Samsung's flagship new smartphone - the Galaxy Note 7 - have been sold in 10 countries since its launch two weeks ago. Now they all have to...
A huge story this one with far-reaching implications for multinationals. I highly recommend that students follow this over the coming weeks and months - it is likely to be hugely...
This is a really simple and clear explanation of how stocks and shares work - from the point of view of a shareholder.