While the Hewlett-Packard Co accounting scandal has produced several losers, it also produced one potentially very big winner: the whistleblower.
Former UBS banker Kweku Adoboli has been jailed for seven years and dubbed a trader who was “out of control”, having been found guilty of the biggest fraud in British history.
More than half of adults online (53%) admit that their online and in-store experiences with brands are likely to affect who they choose to shop with for gifts and presents this festive season, according to an online YouGov survey commissioned by Emailvision, the leader in customer intelligence and relationship marketing.
Following the UKTI’s call to help more businesses to pursue international trade opportunities, Bibby Financial Services has found just 16 per cent of small and medium-sized firms are considering international trade to help boost their business.
Computer company Hewlett Packard has asked both UK & US authorities to investigate alleged misrepresentations before its takeover of the Cambridge based software group Autonomy last year.
Birmingham factory and distribution operation to close as part of overhaul of Premier Foods’s bakery business
Britain needs to urgently overhaul its accounting rules as they are dangerously distorting bank profits and leading to confusion over executive pay, some of the country’s biggest investors and pension funds have warned.
Experian, the global information services company, has today published its latest BusinessIQ analysis suggesting that an average of £4.7billion in unpaid debt may be left behind every year by UK firms that simply choose to close down.