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Opinion

Lessons from Samsung and South Korea in cracking down on corruption

We must also have the courage to transform the internal structure of big companies

16 March 2017
Opinion

Can J-nomics save South Korea’s economy?

Lee Jong-Wha questions the political viability of newly elected president Moon Jae-in's domestic policy agenda

22 May 2017
Features

Navigating international takeovers

Why an overseas predator moving for a national treasure spikes interest

5 February 2015
News

Family businesses failing to compete

Businesses run by founder’s family 20% less productive than other companies, says ONS

7 April 2017
Technical

Deep pockets

Proposals for tougher fines for audit misconduct at public interest entities raise some worrying questions

27 July 2012
News

Steinhoff CFO steps down

Steinhoff UK CFO takes over as predecessor leaves board to focus on preserving and procuring group liquidity

5 January 2018
News

Northgate CFO sacked for assault

Vehicle hire company Northgate has has fired its chief finance officer due to a common assault conviction

27 September 2017
News

Barclays Bank charged by SFO in Qatar

Its parent company Barclays Plc was charged by the UK regulator last year

12 February 2018
Features

Business is sweet

How can successful businesses such as Hotel Chocolat survive challenging times?

5 March 2012
Features

Profile: Dominic Hare

Blenheim Palace CEO on what it takes to maintain an iconic estate, and why legacy is so important to the 12th Duke of Marlborough

7 April 2017

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