Being a scrooge with your Christmas decorations may not only be perceived as Bah humbug! by customers. It can have a direct impact on your bottom line, according to new research.
You work in a pub, you probably live in a pub too, and undoubtedly eat and drink in one, so why not read about pubs in your spare time too?
New figures from Barclaycard have revealed that card spend in pubs has increased by 11.7 per cent year on year.
New research by the University of Bristol shows how pubs have a crucial role to play in tackling loneliness amoung older men.
Trade bodies and MPs have called on the chancellor to maintain tax reliefs for the trade in next week's Budget.
A charity aiming to tackle homelessness through employment in the hospitality industry was launched in the House of Commons this week.
The Pentonbridge Inn, Penton, has won the Best Newcomer in this year's César awards, while The Star Inn, Harome, North Yorkshire was named Inn of the Year.
James Evison pulls-in to a listed building in King's Cross station.
James Evison checks out a pub that knew how to handle an online insult.
Ex-footballer and mega celeb David Beckham has splashed out on a £3 million pub in Notting Hill in London.
"Education, education, education" was how Tony Blair outlined his priorities when taking office more than 20 years ago.
Do you know how to spot the warning signs of mental health issues among your staff?
A publican in Suffolk claims to be running the first pub in the UK to stop taking cash payments.
Autumn is in the air, the nights are drawing in and Christmas will be here before you know it. Here are a few pubs that mark the occasion a little differently...
The guide awarded its pub of the year to The Cock at Hemingford Grey, run by Oliver Thain and Richard Bradley.
The new service is aimed squarely at those seeking to buy or sell a freehold or assign their lease and will charge no commission but instead operate on a fixed fee.
The White Horse in Church Fenton, Yorkshire, and The Duke of Wellington in Leasingham, Lincolnshire, both faced closure until punters bought them from Ei Publican Partnerships.
Four 'pubs' and their amateur landlords are in the running for a shed of the year competition beating off more than 3,000 entries to become finalists.