The liquidators of Carillion, the construction giant whose collapse in 2018 became one of Britain’s biggest corporate scandals, have taken a big step towards a mammoth legal claim against KPMG, the former FTSE 100 company’s auditor.
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Small businesses that endured shutdowns and revenue drops during the COVID-19 outbreak now must contend with another crisis: spiking prices for goods and services that squeeze profits and force many owners to pass the increases along to customers
Few countries were as badly scarred by the global financial crisis as Ireland.
Attention follows Eric Cantona like a seagull following the proverbial trawler – so it’s no surprise that Sports Direct chose The post Shakespeare on advertising: Cantona lends star power to Sports Direct campaign appeared first on CityAM.
Commission plans EU cyber unit to tackle online crime
What would a £50 note from 1981 be worth now? As the new Turing £50 enters circulation, it's a timely reminder of the power of inflation, investing and saving
Savers and cash hoarders are being warned to consider the eroding impact of inflation as the Bank of England's new £50 note entered circulation today.
The firm said the number of UK deaths fell below the five-year average in April and May and were 7% lower.
GlaxoSmithKline chief Emma Walmsley unveils crunch plan for decade of growth - Under-fire chief pledges 10%-a-year profit growth from drugs and vaccines
Another 44 Halifax and Lloyds Bank branches axed before the end of the year - check if your local one is next for the chop...
Looking to ramp up numbers banking online, the group said it was closing 29 Lloyds Bank branches and 15 Halifax sites.
Greensill Government-backed loans ‘went to Gupta-linked companies’ - The eight companies were granted £400 million in Government-backed Covid loans
The eight companies were granted £400 million in Government-backed Covid loans
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