Carillion collapsed with £7bn in liabilities
Reports suggest the construction company’s liabilities were higher than previously expected
In this month's debate we ask: is the government doing enough to combat the housing crisis?
HMRC cracks £6.9m tax fraud
Three men, including an accountant, face sentencing next week
The Accountancy Rich List: interviews and profiles
We chose to highlight five of the richest accountants who stand out for their strategic thinking, their entrepreneurial drive and analytical minds
FCA launches investigation into Interserve
The watchdog is investigating the troubled construction company’s handling of insider information
How Brexit puts the UK at risk of more collapses like Carillion
Managing large construction projects involves enormous challenges, coming from the political, economic, social and technological environments involved.
Former Sweett Group director jailed for destroying evidence
Richard Kingston found guilty of destroying evidence relevant to investigation into corruption in Iraq
Clack wins Women in the City award
EY partner recognised for work in construction and engineering sector
No place like home
The forces and the policies that have put the UK housing near the top of the political agenda
How business can address the skills gap
The skills shortage is a much cited barrier to business, but why does it exist? David Adams investigates
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