Duncan Cheatle runs an entrepreneur networking group called The Supper Club and he’s been speaking out about the Chancellor’s new 18% flat rate capital gains tax.
Those of us who were hard core enough to stay to the end of CIMA’s annual conference yesterday were treated to a tale of accounting-due-diligence-woe at the peak of the private equity party.
Business partnering could look and feel very different once the members of the MySpace and YouTube generation enter the world’s finance functions.
“Prepare to feel inadequate,” said BBC newsreader Sophie Raworth, as she introduced last night’s Women of the Future event.
I couldn’t believe what I had just read from the Federation of Small Business.
There’s more bad news for banks still counting the cost of the sub-prime mortgage crisis.
The CBI is giving nothing away following a meeting with the Treasury about its capital gains tax alternatives.