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Top 100 ideas for starting a new business
Susie Hughes [Press] 08:25 02/08/05 | Comments: 55
The Sunday Times has whittled down its entries in a competition for new business ideas to the top 100 proposals.
Small firms like to be beside the seaside
The Editor [Press] 08:13 27/07/05
Being besides the seaside is a growing trend for many entrepreneurs who are choosing to relocate to coastal resorts.
New terrorist laws could hit small firms
The Editor [Press] 08:06 18/07/05 | Comments: 3
The Government's plans to make all internet service providers (ISPs) record the details of every e-mail sent and received will add to the cost of maintaining a website, according to an article in the Times.
Risk to small businesses from bankruptcy ruling
The Editor [Press] 07:19 01/07/05 | Comments: 3
High street banks may be more likely to force small business owners to hand over personal assets such as houses and cars if their companies collapse following a House of Lords ruling.
Summer camps for teenage entrepreneurs
The Editor [Press] 10:55 27/06/05 | Comments: 16
Chancellor Gordon Brown is backing a scheme to develop summer camps for budding teenage entrepreneurs, in an attempt to stimulate business culture and the kind of young people who do not thrive at school.
DTI gets small business database
The Editor [Press] 08:21 20/06/05 | Comments: 1
The Department of Trade and Industry has taken delivery of a comprehensive database of small British high technology companies which it hopes will enable its technology experts to engage much more closely with the sector.
Big businesses turn their back on outsourcing
brianc [Press] 07:25 25/04/05 | Comments: 8
Big businesses turn their back on outsourcing
April 21 2005
by Steve Ranger

Not getting the cost savings they were promised

Tories plan pre-election sweeteners
The Editor [Press] 08:45 20/04/05 | Comments: 22
The Conservatives are reported to be considering pre-election sweeteners for small businesses, including the abolition of IR35 and the reform of Section 660, the so-called married couple's business tax.
The potential price of click throughs
The Editor [Press] 10:36 19/04/05 | Comments: 4
One small business learnt a hard lesson about online click advertising when its bill rose from 150 to 17,000 in one weekend.
Lib Dems' promises for small business
Susie Hughes [Press] 10:35 12/04/05 | Comments: 15
The Lib Dems have pledged to abolish the DTI and simply taxes, with particular emphasis on support for small businesses.
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