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When we hear the word ‘entrepreneur’, images from television programmes like Dragon’s Den and The Apprentice immediately spring to mind.
Sir Richard Branson’s name has been synonymous with successful and sometimes controversial entrepreneurship since the late 1960’s.
In the world of small business, where every decision made has immediate effect, no cash handouts are available if mistakes are made.
Last week was one to remember for youngsters and the young at heart who found themselves having a great time in the snow when weather conditions, lack of transport, and health and safety conspired to give them a much welcomed holiday.
We are living in a time of great contradictions. Billions of pounds of taxpayers’ cash, which could have been used to help the deserving and needy, has appeared seemingly from nowhere to be thrown at a self destructive and unreliable banking system.
The uproar caused by Baroness Vadera’s claim of seeing the ‘first few green shoots’ of Britain’s economic recovery seems rather extreme to me.
Bob Cratchit had no chance of any Christmas cheer in the workplace until Ebenezer Scrooge finally got the Christmas spirit.
Flexible working hours can be a real bonus, or a bit of a headache, depending on whether you are an employee or an employer.
The fate of Woolworths, the iconic retail chain which has traded for 99 years, now hangs in the balance, a situation which is as shocking as it is sad.
Over spending, too much borrowing, negligible savings, loss of confidence, verge of bankruptcy - does it all sound familiar?