Magazines 30 Sep 2015 11:01am
This month we talk to Duncan Sambrook about his move from Deloitte's capital markets business to running his own brewery, and his quest for the perfect pint. We take a look at the so called Internet at Things - set to revolutionise every sector of industry - and what businesses and their accountants can do to understand its benefits and challenges. Raymond Doherty spends a day in the life of Martin Augier, who left a glittering career at some of the world's biggest companies and bought a small car dealership in Brighton.
This month's essay looks at the decision by a number of firms to look beyond A-Levels and UCAS points when recruiting, and Chris Ives - an associate director of Kroll's London investigations and disputes practice - and David Kirk, chairman of the fraud advisory panel, debate the UK's anti-money-laundering regime.
Liz Loxton gets to grips with the UK productivity puzzle and Richard Cree investigates a resurgence in British watchmaking