New research reveals that small and medium businesses shoulder by far the greatest share of late payments debt in the UK.
Small and medium firms are struggling to attract partnerships with some larger companies, research from supply chain managers Achilles suggests.
ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) has warned that urgent up-skilling in financial management across Whitehall is needed if the civil service is going to make long-term savings and improved service delivery.
It is not difficult to imagine that the Serious Fraud Office looks with some envy at its counter-parts in the US, the Department of Justice and SEC. In 2013, the DOJ collected $3.8bn in fines and settlements from corporates for breaches of the FCPA and related legislation. It expects 2014 to be even more lucrative.
Deal activity in the last quarter amongst UK manufacturing firms reached its highest level for six years, reveals Irwin Mitchell research
The Home Office has announced that it is tightening the rules on those applying for Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visas after discovering a scam operated by organised gangs.
The Law Society has issued a warning following the government's announcement that it would introduce emergency surveillance legislation in response to the European Court of Justice ruling in April.
The House of Lords Committee has launched an inquiry into the digital state of the nation.
China 's growing economy presents a wealth of opportunities to British exporters, but there are signs that the UK is not making the most of this. Britain's share of exports to China has fallen to around one per cent in the last decade.
Creative thinking has become the most valuable skill of this century. To be successful in this environment, building a culture of ideas within companies is essential.
He defied his accountant by conquering America and beyond. But The Rug Company co-founder Christopher Sharp warns that global success won’t necessarily guarantee a good night’s sleep…