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This is a superb. detailed looked at the modern supermarket and its effect upon shopping habits, as well as the underlying business model on which it is based.

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This is a fantastic metaphor for the nature of competition, and the current state of aviation, and the opportunities that coronavirus might have offered.

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As the UK's vote to leave the European Union took place after the 'new' A level specifications were written, issues such as doing business with a trading bloc or a customs union, and protectionism,...

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Debt (e.g. loans) rather than Equity (i.e. share capital) is the favourite source of finance for large business, particularly during periods where interest rates are very low - as now.

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A fabulous short video here from the FT which explains how an increasing number of US-based businesses are looking to locate production back in the USA rather than in traditionally lower-cost...

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The role of design in product development is beautifully and concisely explained in this cool video!

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The use of Instagram by entrepreneurs to build their businesses in niche markets is illustrated in this BBC Technology article.

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Average wages have gone up over the last year. The latest data from the ONS shows that in June 2017, on average wages had risen by 2.1% compared with June 2016. However, taking inflation into...

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Here is a reportfrom Dylan Minor, a professor of managerial economics at Kellogg university in the US and Michael Housman of HiQ Labs, which emphasises the value of building work teams from people...

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Is consumer support for localisation a rejection of the forces of globalisation? The Monday Briefing, written by Ian Stewart, Chief Economist of Deloitte in the UK, is always worth reading, and I...

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When Sophi Tranchell joined Divine Chocolate as CEO she knew nothing about the product or the food industry, but plenty about challenging authority and about running an international business. She...

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This short article from the FT is worth highlighting as support for the vital need for PESTLE analysis. Jeremy Ghez is a professor of economics and international affairs at HEC Paris, a business...

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I wouldn't be surprised if the so-called "gig economy" features as a context in the A Level Business exams this summer. So this accessible, example-packed guide to the gig economy from the BBC is...

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We are producing more data than ever before, in fact, so much new data is being produced that 90% of all the data that has ever existed was made in the last few years.

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Kaplan and Norton's Balanced Scorecard is one of a number of new models on the AQA A Level Business Specification and this short video is pure gold.

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The introduction from 1 April 2016 of the National Living Wage is one of the most significant interventions by a UK government in the labour market. The National Living Wage has potentially...

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An essential video here for all A Level and IB students who want to understand the nature of fast-growing sources of "alternative finance".

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Another superb video here from Jonathan Guthrie at the FT. This time key concepts of shares, share prices, shareholder returns (dividends) and market capitalisation are all explained concisely....

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10th February 2016

Takeovers Explained

What a superb new video resource from Jonathan Guthrie and the FT team. This beautifully-explained video guides us through the motives for takeovers and how they are valued.

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Students exploring the disruptive impact and potential of e-commerce have not shortage of great examples to consider.

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