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UK workers lack faith in bosses' leadership skills

23/06/2015

Forty per cent of workers in the UK have left a job because of a lack of faith in their boss' leadership skills, according to training and executive coaching company, Zone2.


 

R&D gap means Germans 'can leave work on Thursday'

23/06/2015

A huge gap in the amount Britain invests in research and development (R&D) compared to Germany is playing a big part in the nationís output lagging behind its European rival, according to space management software company CloudBooking.


 

UK events sector worth £21 billion

23/06/2015

The UK's events sector contributed £21 billion to the UK economy in 2014, according to research by Tony Rogers Conference & Event Services and Richard Smith of RJS Associates.


 

Europe increases Greece's bank support

23/06/2015

The European Central Bank (ECB) has increased its emergency funding to Greek banks again today (Tuesday).


 

Eurozone business growth hits 4-year high

23/06/2015

Business output in the eurozone grew at its fastest pace for four years in June, according to a closely watched survey.


 

Japanese stocks hit 15-year high

23/06/2015

Japan's Nikkei 225 stock index rose to their highest level in 15 years after growing hopes that a deal on Greece's debt would soon be agreed.


 

Liverpool set for £100 million biomass plant

23/06/2015

Liverpool is set to receive a £100 million biomass plant to assist in the decarbonisation of Drax power station, creating nearly 350 jobs.


 

JCB wins £50 million contract

23/06/2015

Excavator manufacturing giant JCB has announced one of its largest ever contracts worth £50 million.


 

5 directors banned over illegal workers

23/06/2015

Five directors of restaurants in Yeovil, Cardiff and Newport are the latest to be banned from running companies for knowingly employing illegal workers, following investigations into three restaurant businesses by the Insolvency Service.


 

FSB and Young Enterprise join forces to create a new generation of entrepreneurs

23/06/2015

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) and the UKís leading enterprise and financial education charity Young Enterprise, are teaming up and promoting business-based education to help create the next wave of entrepreneurs.


 

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