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David Pollock
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Michael Oliver
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Laura Tenison

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A building firm has been fined £40,000 for repeatedly failing to manage risks on a construction site.

A businessman has narrowly avoided jail for supplying unsafe construction equipment that led to the death of a father-of-six who was working on a gardening project.

JD Sports is selling the Canterbury rugby brand to sports and fashion retail group Pentland in a deal worth £22.7 million.

South East media company KM Group has launched a bid for seven Kent newspaper titles.

South East media company KM Group has launched a bid for seven Kent newspaper titles.

Corporate lawyer James Sheridan is to join Manchester firm Turner Parkinson as a partner in its corporate team.

  • Kathryn Parsons, co-founder of Decoded, started with little more than faith and determination, but four years later it’s grown into a global business. Ahead of her appearance at Accelerate 2015 in...

  • Author, writer and marketer Ryan Holiday on how entrepreneurs need to interpret failure.

  • Sue Vizard, business coach and author of Jump Start: The Start-up Book for Your Dream Business, looks at some of the questions solo entrepreneurs should ask themselves.

  • Ian Wright, founder and chief executive of NonExecutiveDirectors.com, is bringing together SMEs and NEDs - without the hefty recruitment fees.

  • Former professional golfer turned entrepreneur Colin Stevens has had a busy 18 months. The Better Bathrooms founder has increased turnover at the firm, secured a multi-million pound investment and...

Five Minutes With

Reputation is everything when it comes to running a successful business, according to Sacha Lord-Marchionne and Sam Kandel, founders of the Warehouse Project (WHP), a series of club nights featuring DJs from all over the world, which was launched back in 2006.

After travelling the world in a corporate role, Mike Wheeler decided that he had had enough of living out of a suitcase and so got a job running a small family business.