Alina Morse: the teenager who made a million
Fourteen-year-old Alina Morse created Zollipops, her sugar-free confectionery company, out of her desire for treats that wouldn't rot her teeth.
Money Minute Monday 20 January: another busy week for the UK economy
In today's Money Minute, we look forward to another busy week for UK economic data.
Take a punt against businesses with Remainer CEOs
Prominent EU supporters’ faulty reasoning is a liability for their businesses, says Matthew Lynn. Sell their shares short.
Dominic Cummings: the "weirdos" take back control
The prime minister’s special adviser is planning big changes in the way the government machine works. What can we expect? Simon Wilson reports.
Kristian Tapaninaho: bootstrapping his way to success
Kristian Tapaninaho grew Ooni, his pizza-oven business, through "bootstrapping" – quick and successful growth with very little external funding.
Willie Walsh: the colourful scamp who saved BA
Willie Walsh is standing down after 15 years in the cockpit at Britain’s flagship airline. Few will miss his combative approach, but the industry is l…