Central to most media attention is the assumption that somehow bad corporate governance is to blame for the scandal of the moment – that is, that the systems of checks and balances meant to prevent abuse by executives have failed.
The government has listed the ten most outrageous excuses that “unscrupulous bosses” use to avoid paying their staff the National Minimum Wage.
Job hopping is the new normal. Talk to anyone in their early 30s and the chances are they will have changed jobs at least four times since leaving full-time education.
Christina Wojcik, vice president of legal services at Seal Software, breaks down the steps to consider throughout M&A deals.
If you’re having trouble sleeping, turn back now – when it comes to nightmare colleagues, we’ve got commentary on employees from hell who will give you sleepless nights.
The mass hack crisis that befell Tesco Bank is a text book case of a modern data breach storm.
Simon Whitehead, partner at HRC Law, recently hit the £1m turnover mark and has joined our Founders Diaries section to share his growth stories.
A Trading Standards investigation has found that ordering dinner from a local takeaway should be treated with caution, at least where pizza is concerned, as businesses have been found guilty of adding fake ingredients to their goods.
Aberdeen Football Club has gone where no club has ever gone before; it’s decided to slap a trademark on what has been deemed a famous half-time snack.
It is commonplace for shareholders holding the same shares to enter into side letters and informal arrangements that can alter their rights. The same effect occurs between debtor firms and creditors, whose relative rights also change with time.
Led by a government drive, exporting has been steadily creeping up the news agenda and now sits at the top of "to do" lists of businesses of all sizes. The message is clear: to achieve fast and sustainable growth, firms need to enter new markets. But where to start?
That fear of the unknown has left many business leaders feeling rattled as they start to encounter the ripple effect of the UK’s vote to leave the EU. Between stock market turmoil and the potential for other EU countries to follow suit, businesses are left on the sidelines wondering what the next move should be.