Sarah Pittendrigh, managing director of Simpy Bows and Chair Covers, gives her views on brand identity
AMERICAN carrier Delta has taken a 49% stake in Sir Richard Branson’s airline Virgin Atlantic following the clearing of two regulatory hurdles in the way of the joint venture.
As A flight of fancy last Bank holiday, I decided to waste two hours of my life. I went to the pub and watched the Queen’s Arms, Watford play the King’s Head, Crystal Palace
AIR tickets will soar in price from today as the Government introduces the first phase of its aviation tax hikes
Thousands of air travel workers vote over strike action; Defence firm Cobham shrugs off impact of weak US dollar; Loss-making coffee bar operator Coffee Republic shows signs of recovery.
CONSTRUCTION and support services firm Alfred McAlpine looks set to change hands after finally agreeing a £599.6m approach from rival Carillion.
SIR Richard Branson has opened a new £21m university building with a challenge to its students to help him tackle climate change.
SOCIAL network MySpace and internet communications company Skype have announced a partnership to provide the MySpace community with voice communications.
SIR Richard Branson’s Virgin empire could go public as part of a new strategy that will see the group act as a consumer-focused private equity investment firm.
New York stock exchange vows to rid itself of LSE stake; Richard Branson's Virgin empire poised to go public; London market takes further steps forward.
Imagine, for example, if you checked into a hotel and entrusted your bags to a porter only for him to lose them between the lobby and your room and for them to remain missing for anything between a few hours and all eternity.
THERE are some really bad hotels, but I don’t believe even a real life Fawlty Towers could plumb the depths permissible in some other sectors.
BA fined £270m/Guy Hands buys EMI/HBOS loses market share/Manufacturing hits three-year high
Virgin Atlantic yesterday offered its 5,000 cabin crew a three-year pay deal worth 6.4% for two years and the rate of inflation in year three: 2% from last April, 1.5% in October, 2.8% next July and inflation from July 2009.
Virgin Atlantic boss Sir Richard Branson said yesterday he would go head to head with low cost rivals planning to undercut the airline by offering "no frills" flights to US.
Bosses at Greggs are tightening their belts after a difficult year; firms are being warned that they are risking employees' retirement prospects and the company that owns Boots is the subject of a new takeover bid.
The biggest building society tie-up moved a step closer after members of Portman voted in favour of a merger with Nationwide.
A transatlantic air deal that could lead to lower fares for passengers heading for America was agreed yesterday.
Legal action may be taken against the Government if it votes against a proposed "open skies" deal between Europe and the US in 10 days' time.
Moves to radically improve workers' skills to boost the UK's competitiveness are expected to be outlined in an official report this week.