Following the Epstein scandal, major sponsors have pulled out of Prince Andrew’s startup competition, Pitch at the Palace. Have budding businesses lost a vital resource?
There are no treats to be found here, just tricks, as a CV-Library study has revealed the ten most disgraceful office scandals that UK workers have confessed to.
Just over a year after former chancellor George Osborne introduced pension reforms aimed at giving savers better access to their pension, the government has said it represents a “revolution” that has gone from “strength to strength”.
In just two years, health benefits broker Zenefits’ valuation shot up to $4.5bn – and it was a darling of Silicon Valley until a scandal broke loose. Now the company is trying to clean itself up by cutting its valuation by 50 per cent.
Nobody likes being the scapegoat – a time where you can clearly see the double set of bus tracks across the back of your shirt. We unveil four times that CEOs chose to blame a sticky situation on others.
The number of civil servants being recommended for New Year's honours has almost doubled over the past two years, with several members of the financial sector fitting the bill. However, HMRC chief executive Lin Homer's appointment to damehood has been seen as a controversial move.
According to research conducted by CareersinAudit.com, despite the accounting profession being under more scrutiny since the aftermath of Enron and World Com, unethical practices are still rife among accountants.
Isaac George, SVP & regional head of digital transformation company Happiest Minds UK, discusses the increased number of security threats UK organisations are exposed to following the TalkTalk hack.
Martin Winterkorn, the former CEO at Volkswagen (VW), probably read some of the same books about ENRON we all did and said “well, it couldn’t happen here.” The problem is you don’t have to set out to break the laws to fall foul of both the law and public opinion.
Researchers have found that large corporations often try to get over corporate irresponsibility by first asking for forgiveness and then silencing stakeholders – will Volkswagen (VW) do the same?
With Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn's resignation coming after the automaker was found to have installed software in its cars designed to cheat on emissions tests, we took a look at some of the biggest CEO resignations that happened throughout 2015.
Amid allegations that Volkswagen (VW) used software to trick US regulators measuring toxic emissions on its diesel vehicles, experts fear a global recall.