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Honda closure: how Brexit is breaking the UK car industry

For the UK car industry specifically, there are no positives in Britain leaving the EU.

1 day ago
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Fixing a throwaway fashion culture needs more than a 1p tax

Consumers benefit from cheap clothes at great social and environmental cost

1 day ago
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The significance of the Barclays bosses case

The Serious Fraud Office is under pressure in the trial against the former banking executives

3 days ago
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Workplace bullying still far too common

Evidence suggests job interviews are a bad way of finding out how an employee might perform

14 February 2019
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Brexit forces tough decision on City firms

Here's how different financial firms are dealing with the UK’s impending departure from the EU

14 February 2019
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Biggest threat to audit may be tech, not regulation

Fiona Czerniawska, director of Source Global Research, on how the most powerful driver of change may come from technology

11 February 2019
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Survival of the fittest - not the sleepless

If you think sleep is a waste of valuable hours with which you could get to the top, dream on

7 February 2019
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Learning from student ambassadors

Meeting ACA students during his trip to Singapore and Kuala Lumpur has filled Paul Aplin with optimism

7 February 2019
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How the US-China trade war can reach settlement

In each country the trade war will produce pressure on the leaders to keep growth going

7 February 2019
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Exactly how big is the risk of economic slowdown?

It is debatable whether global financial markets are pricing in recession

7 February 2019

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