Zenith Chua

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10 Signs You're Not Cut Out to Be an Entrepreneur

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>About half of Americans dream of opening their own businesses, according to a recent survey by the UPS Store, but with 50% of small businesses failing within the first five years, how do you know if you're an entrepreneur ... or a …

Entrepreneurship

How will shared parental leave work? Q&A

The government has announced plans to let parents share leave for a year after a child is born. The change is designed to "challenge the old-fashioned assumption that women will always be the parent that stays at home".<p>How will the new rules work?<p>Parents will be allowed to take a total of 52 weeks …

Inside Google’s new 1-million-square-foot London office—three years before it’s ready

Google’s new London office, scheduled to open in 2016, will have an open-air swimming pool, an indoor football pitch, a climbing wall and a roof garden from which to watch trains glide out of Kings Cross station towards Cambridge or Hogwarts. Googlers can cycle right into the building and to the …

England

Sharing Can Truly Disrupt Business–By Mixing Money And Social Change

A look at how the new sharing economy can–and should–knock down the divide between social entrepreneurship and just plain entrepreneurship.<p>Enough fair trade cafes and T-shirts. Entrepreneurs intent on changing the world should stop dwelling on copycat and non-scalable models and focus on becoming …

Lloyds bank jumps on the cashback bandwagon

Following new current account switching rules Lloyds joins Halifax, RBS/NatWest and Santander to offer cashback<p>Lloyds is the latest bank to jump on the cashback bandwagon, with a scheme allowing its current account holders to earn back up to 15% of what they spend. In particular it may appeal to …