Oil prices soar after attacks on Saudi facilities Posted on Monday September 16, 2019
Brent crude surged 19% as nervous traders speculated about the impact on global supplies.
Illegal work practices 'far too common' says think tank study Posted on Monday September 16, 2019
Many workers report not receiving paid holidays or wage slips, says the Resolution Foundation.
General Motors faces strike by almost 50,000 staff Posted on Sunday September 15, 2019
The strike would be the first at America's biggest carmaker since 2007.
Thomas Cook 'racing to finalise rescue deal' Posted on Sunday September 15, 2019
The troubled travel firm is understood to be in last minute negotiations with bondholders.
SmileDirect Club: The $8bn braces firm boosted by selfies Posted on Sunday September 15, 2019
SmileDirectClub sells braces aimed at improving the appearance of teeth directly to consumers.
Historic towns to benefit from £95m boost named Posted on Saturday September 14, 2019
The government lists 69 English towns and cities that will benefit from regeneration money.
Pawnbroker shuts shops as it seeks lifeline Posted on Friday September 13, 2019
Albemarle & Bond and Herbert Brown stores have closed their doors, but a helpline is unanswered.
Has the US flotation bubble burst? Posted on Friday September 13, 2019
As the market awaits a WeWork listing, what has happened to the other firms which have debuted?
‘No-one asks new dads how they’re feeling at work’ Posted on Friday September 13, 2019
Companies are doing more to support working dads but may overlook postnatal mental illness in men.
Pound climbs to highest level since July Posted on Friday September 13, 2019
Sterling rises as traders believe the risk of a no-deal Brexit is receding.
What does your gender pay gap tell you Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Nigel Marriott, an independent statistician, will explain what your gender pay gap report tells you and just as important, what it doesn’t tell you.
Most popular BAM articles Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Top hits from the last quarter in Business and Management.
The future of social care Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
In the past five years, 400 care homes have closed. With local authority social care spending slashed by half in just a decade, Peter Taylor-Whiffen asks how care providers can turn a profit – and help safeguard vulnerable residents.
Special report 65 - Smart reporting Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
This special report will be a handy go-to guide – we take you through the latest techniques and thinking behind the new smart world with which CFOs, and aspiring CFOs, must contend.
Make the most of marketing Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Tim Lennard explores what businesses can do to ensure return on their marketing investment.
How to leave a job well Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
When leaving a job, the chances of burning bridges are high. This is especially true for finance directors, particularly if their exit is abrupt or not planned well. Christian Doherty finds out the best way to leave a position.
Doing business in a new digital world Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Immersive technology is transforming the way we do business and disrupting industries, but there will be challenges ahead, warns Rich McEachran.
How to succeed in casual dining Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
It’s been a bitter year for casual dining, with numerous high street brands forced to close their kitchens. Lucy Douglas takes a look at those still managing to succeed in a saturated market.
How to survive in retail Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
In an increasingly hostile retail environment, says former Game CEO Ian Shepherd, there are lessons to be learned from successful retailers and from those who have struggled.
Is executive pay too high? Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Executive pay is currently a hot topic – and it’s one that was discussed at ICAEW’s Corporate Governance Community event. Julia Root-Gutteridge reports.
Prepare for LIBOR transition Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
We outline five things all businesses need to do now to prepare for the end of Libor.
Business and Management Faculty webinars and events Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
View our upcoming webinars and events.
Alternatives to plastic - part 2 Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Alison Coleman speaks to a range of companies about how they are combatting the plastic problem while still turning a profit.
Alternatives to plastic Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Plastic pollution is rising to the top of the global agenda, but what’s the alternative? Alison Coleman explores how companies are adapting to survive.
Key concerns for CFOs Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Following the recent roundtable on strategy execution, Rick Payne takes a look at the key concerns for CFOs.
Are businesses too big to fail? Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
As the failure of outsourcing giants Carillion and Interserve creates waves throughout the industry, Pádraig Floyd looks at what other businesses can do to prevent being caught in their wake
Climate change reporting Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Jonathan Labrey, chief strategy officer, IIRC, explains why integrated reporting is the corporate antidote to climate change
Digital transformation Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Digital transformation was the key theme during ICAEW’s Academy of Professional Development sponsored panel session at The CFO Agenda conference. Gathered speakers noted that while limbering up for artificial intelligence is essential, a business can’t run before it can walk.
How to fund your SME Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Jon Scopes details the key lessons learned at an SME funding masterclass ran by the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund and ICAEW.
How to manage rapid growth Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Nick Pollit explores how businesses can effectively manage rapid growth.
Why thousands are flocking to corgi cafes Posted on Sunday September 15, 2019
Corgi cafes are all the rage, with these dog-themed businesses popping up across Asia.
How virtual reality is helping people with dementia Posted on Friday September 13, 2019
Virtual reality is being used to help people with dementia revisit their past.
How bottled water became a million dollar idea. Posted on Friday September 13, 2019
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how bottled water became a million dollar idea.
Electric cars are coming: new models unveiled at Frankfurt Motor Show Posted on Thursday September 12, 2019
The Frankfurt Motor Show offers a first look at the some significant new electric cars: An 8-seat Mercedes, the affordable ID.3 from Volkswagen, and a car that drove all the way to show from China.
Duchess of Sussex launches clothing line for women's charity Posted on Thursday September 12, 2019
The Duchess of Sussex launches her new clothing line in support of a charity helping women find work.
What happens if you fall asleep in a self-driving car? Posted on Wednesday September 11, 2019
If you fall asleep in a self-driving car, it will try to wake you - then stop, which could be in the fast lane. Thatcham Research wants regulation to prevent this danger.
How to recover a lost Michelin star Posted on Wednesday September 11, 2019
Restaurant owner David Moore says "don't ruin the business while chasing Michelin stars".
The teacher getting child workers back to school Posted on Tuesday September 10, 2019
Rani Bhati is a teacher getting children who have left school back into mainstream education.
The London schoolgirl running her own e-commerce business Posted on Saturday September 07, 2019
Cara has been running her own business for a year and has even paid for her parents to go on holiday.
How the lift became a million dollar idea Posted on Friday September 06, 2019
Who came up with the lift? The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how it was invented.