Is now the time to raise interest rates? Posted on Friday October 20, 2017
With the economy on an uncertain footing, but inflation crushing wage growth, should rates rise now?
Police conduct inquiries into Royal Bank of Scotland unit Posted on Friday October 20, 2017
Officers are looking into a division of the bank set up to help failing firms, the BBC understands.
'Huge business rate rise' for small firms Posted on Friday October 20, 2017
Inflation-busting increases are looming for thousands of shops in England, says research firm CVS.
Tenants 'unfairly miss out on credit' Posted on Friday October 20, 2017
Mortgage applicants are unable to rely on rent payment history as proof that they can afford a home loan.
BMW headquarters searched by EU investigators Posted on Friday October 20, 2017
EU investigators are looking into allegations of a cartel involving BMW and four other German car giants.
Government borrowing at lowest September level for 10 years Posted on Friday October 20, 2017
The figures were the third straight month in which UK public finances were better than analysts forecast.
Rail firms 'consider' railcard for 26 to 30-year-olds Posted on Friday October 20, 2017
It's thought one train company will begin trials of the new railcard in December
Nissan halts production in Japan over inspection concerns Posted on Friday October 20, 2017
The firm recalled 1.2 million cars in Japan because uncertified technicians performed final checks.
Kobe Steel uncovers more evidence of quality mistakes Posted on Friday October 20, 2017
The Japanese steel giant says some employees did not report evidence to an internal investigation.
New Great Western Railway trains fixed after software upgrade Posted on Friday October 20, 2017
Four trains were removed from service on Wednesday due to glitches such as leaking air-con units.
Clarity and impact resources Posted on Wednesday October 18, 2017
Resources to accompany the Clarity and impact webinar on 18 October 2017.
SME news Posted on Tuesday October 17, 2017
Resources for SMEs including the latest government support schemes and information on smaller business issues.
Business and Management Faculty 2017 webinars and events Posted on Monday October 09, 2017
Stay up-to-date by attending our webinars and events in 2017. We have a programme of CPD events that offer you the opportunity to meet speakers and fellow members at our events, or view from the comfort of your office with our online webinars.
Time management Posted on Monday October 09, 2017
This webinar will present you with effective time management techniques that work, allowing you to get the most out of your day.
Webinar resources Posted on Monday October 09, 2017
Thank you for registering onto the Business and Management Faculty's webinar, Time management, broadcast on 9 October 2017.
Business continuity Posted on Friday October 06, 2017
To minimise the impact of major disruption, businesses need an effective continuity strategy.
Sensible cyber security Posted on Friday October 06, 2017
Everyone is talking about cyber security, but what is the key to implementing it effectively in your organisation? Matthew Leitch explains it all.
Cash is King Posted on Friday October 06, 2017
There is perhaps nothing more debilitating to a business's vitality than restricted cash flow. Michelle Perry explores what management can do to ensure optimum efficiency.
Profit making sustainability Posted on Friday October 06, 2017
Can you business benefit from going green? Lauren Razavi explores the return on sustainability investments.
Growth with stability Posted on Friday October 06, 2017
How do the founders of a company turn a great idea into sustainable expansion? Penelope Rance finds out.
Business tax 2017 update Posted on Friday September 29, 2017
A practical overview of all forms of business tax, including PAYE and corporation tax.
Webinar: Budgeting & Forecasting – innovating to overcome common problems (recording) Posted on Friday September 15, 2017
Fragmented systems, organisational silos, time wasted on the traditional budgeting process? This webinar, was held in conjunction with PureApps on 21 May 2014, it considers best practice in budgeting and forecasting, and explores innovative approaches to integrated business planning.
Engaging with disruptive technologies Posted on Wednesday August 30, 2017
In 1963 Stanley Harding, an ICAEW member at Shell, was seconding his most talented staff to the IT department.
Government accounting - cooking the books? Posted on Wednesday August 23, 2017
A brief guide to how government accounting in the UK works and how it differs from standards-based financial accounting.
Number crunching Posted on Monday August 21, 2017
The very power of statistics has led some to dismiss them as dammed lies. Robert Russell talks to Dr Ioannis Kyriakou about how to use them to analyse business performance.
Good with data Posted on Thursday August 17, 2017
With an explosion in the big data available to businesses, how do you go about capturing it effectively or deciding if it’s worth capturing at all?
More Excel treasures Posted on Thursday August 17, 2017
John Tennent offers 10 tips to help you get accustomed to some of the less well known Excel features.
The three horizons of forecasting Posted on Thursday August 17, 2017
Forecasting is incredibly important for finance directors and, when done correctly, is much more beneficial than just approximate predictions, says Gill Ringland.
Embracing ambiguity in management control and decision-making processes Posted on Friday August 04, 2017
View the 2016 PD Leake lecture given by Professor Paolo Quattrone, University of Edinburgh Business School, with a response from Tristan Price, CEO, MP Evans Group PLC.
Entry level software Posted on Monday July 31, 2017
Paul Golden considers how to make sure staff are clued up on the latest software in order to see work through in the longer term.
How the paper clip became a million dollar idea Posted on Friday October 20, 2017
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the paper clip became a million dollar idea and inspired a resistance movement.
Remittances are a 'lifesaver' for many Liberians Posted on Friday October 20, 2017
Liberia's economy relies heavily on money sent home by family members living abroad.
The app helping people navigating Ghana's nameless streets Posted on Friday October 20, 2017
A lack of postal addresses in Ghana has prompted authorities to introduce a digital solution.
Universal credit: Tory peer criticises 'insane' wait for payments Posted on Friday October 20, 2017
Next boss and Tory peer Lord Wolfson says a six-week wait for benefit payments "must be wrong".
How does this look? Be your own virtual make-up artist Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017
French cosmetics chain Sephora is using augmented reality so that customers can try on make-up virtually, before buying it.
Would you eat green satsumas? Posted on Wednesday October 18, 2017
Tesco has announced it will start selling green satsumas but would you be willing to eat them?
The 19-year-old millionaire estate agent Posted on Wednesday October 18, 2017
Akshay Ruparelia set up his business from his bedroom during his A-level exams.
Putting Canadian wine on the map Posted on Wednesday October 18, 2017
How the wines of Canadian winemaker Norman Hardie are winning a growing number of fans around the world.
What has China's president Xi Jinping achieved so far? Posted on Wednesday October 18, 2017
Chinese president Xi Jinping will be confirmed for a second five-year term this month.
Bricks and mortar shops are cashing in on online shopping Posted on Monday October 16, 2017
The rise of online shopping has turned retail upside down but innovative retailers are combining online and offline shopping.