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Economic growth in the UK is likely to continue through 2016 and 2017 at the same rate as in 2015.
The Future role of natural gas in the UK report finds as gas has a limited role in a low-carbon UK, follow its launch at The Shard live.
Warwick Business School has been named the number one provider of Distance learning and online MBA programmes according to the 2016 QS World Online MBA Rankings.
Gas has only a limited role as a ‘bridging fuel’ to a low carbon future according to new research launched today.
ERC study shows number of companies achieving high growth in the nations and regions of the UK is rising more than twice as fast as in London.
As Apple Pay goes live in China, find out how squabbling egos delayed the technology's arrival in the West for 15 years.
Sahlé Forbes left a job as District Sales Manager at PepsiCo in Florida to study the Full-time MBA.
WBS has extended its Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) accreditation in business for a further five years.
A case challenge competition will tackle the global ageing population that is bringing new problems to healthcare systems across the world.
Mark Taylor, Dean of WBS, believes HSBC's decision to stay in the UK is good news for the government and the British economy in general.
The Bank of England, in partnership with Warwick Business School, has launched a new postgraduate qualification in Central Banking and Financial Regulation.
WBS alumna Fiza Farhan wins the Social Impact Award at the British Council's first ever Education UK Alumni Awards ceremony in Pakistan.
Nadhim Zahawi, co-founder of YouGov, has experienced a number of successes and failures and offers his advice to would-be entrepreneurs.
The booming sharing economy is leading to an increase in mobile payment use, revealed Pinar Ozcan at the WBS PayTech Conference.
Technology experts and academics looked at how far away a cashless society is and more at the WBS PayTech Conference.
Reforms to HMRC have produced a glut of 'gamekeeper-turned-poacher' tax experts that could contribute to tax avoidance, according to a new study.
A WBS alumnus is to brave the challenge of a lifetime and row the length of the Atlantic to raise money for a good cause.
Looking after your employees is good for business with new WBS research suggesting it brings in more investment from socially responsible funds.