Fewer high street stores closing, says PwC
High street stores are closing at their lowest rate in seven years, despite advances in online retail
Britons want to start work earlier
Two thirds of British workers want to start their working day before 9am
Back to the very beginning
Xenia Taliotis looks at how and why people have decided to move on from the big firms to successfully build a company from the bottom up
Diary of a forensic accountant: Part 6
In the last of the series, Catherine Rawlin examines how mediation can mitigate even the most grievous of disputes
Viva la (digital) revolution!
A digital approach to customer experience sees brands focusing on engaging and opening up a dialogue with their customers
As I see it: Claire Georghiades
Claire Georghiades on how she has shaped her career without letting it shape her life, while building Accounts Resource in Teddington, London
It’s become a truism to say the CFO’s role has expanded, says Mark Freebairn. So what does this mean?
How accountants can flourish as trusted advisers in a post-truth world
When false news spreads like wildfire, businesses and their accountants have the opportunity to reinforce their position as the guardians of truth and trust
What product recalls mean for business
Oliver Griffin examines how recalls affect firms and how they can put them right
The online reviewers pulling retail’s strings
What’s the value of an online review? For some, it can be a heightened profile, credibility – and thousands of pounds. Xenia Taliotis meets the new breed of celebrity entrepreneur – the influencer
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