Business & finance

  • Article

    Technical errors a warning signal to Monzo

    Digital bank Monzo has seen spectacular growth since it was founded in 2015 and is already valued at £2 billion. Some 2% of the nation now have a Monzo account, according to previous YouGov research.

    4 days ago
  • Article

    Confidence static as No Deal Brexit looms

    A new Prime Minister is in place and yet No Deal Brexit seems more and more likely as time passes. Amid this uncertainty the latest analysis from YouGov and the Centre for Economics and Business Research shows that consumer confidence stayed static at 105.1 throughout June and July.

    11 days ago
  • Article

    M&S Food partners with Ocado to deliver the goods

    Online grocer Ocado and retail giant Marks and Spencer have announced a joint venture offering an online food delivery service. The partnership will allow Ocado shoppers to choose from M&S; food products, alongside Ocado’s own brands and own label products.

    11 days ago
  • Report

    Success in the modern workplace

    YouGov analysis of what matters to employers and employees.

    12 days ago
  • Article

    Will Britons take to Britbox?

    Broadcast giants ITV and the BBC have joined forces to create an HD subscription service to rival the likes of Netflix, Amazon Prime and the host of smaller innovators.

    25 days ago
  • Article

    Rising prices to blame for financial struggles, Britons say

    The proportion of Brits keeping up with their household bills is on the rise – but a substantial number of parents and those who rent their home still struggle to make it from one payday to the next

    30 days ago
  • Article

    Consumer confidence slips as Tory leadership campaign delays Brexit solution

    Back in April European Council President Donald Tusk granted Britain another Brexit extension and urged politicians: “Please don’t waste this time.” Yet the House of Commons is currently occupied by a Tory leadership campaign that brings a Brexit solution no closer.

    about 2 months ago
  • Article

    WH Smith suffers after being declared ‘worst high street shop’

    WHSmith’s latest headache comes in the form of Which?’s annual high street shop survey, in which the stationer ranks last for the second year running with an overall customer score of just 50%.

    2 months ago
  • Article

    Consumer confidence maintains 2019 high after tumultuous month in Parliament

    Consumer confidence has maintained last month’s 2019 high of 105.5, with the outlook for household finances and house values improving the most.

    3 months ago
  • Article

    Pret swallows up Eat’s stores in vegetarian push

    High street lunchtime staple Pret a Manger recently announced that they will be purchasing one of their main competitors, Eat.

    3 months ago