A room full of accountants at a formal dinner in a grand hotel might not be everybody’s idea of a rip-roaring night out on the town, writes deputy editor Robert Lovell.
Ever since I owned a dodgy Amstrad stereo in the 1970s and observed the PCW and em@iler fiascos that followed, I found it easy to resist Alan Sugar’s claims to business wisdom, writes John Stokdyk
In spite of the inevitable flak from some quarters, credit has to go Menzies client partner David Truman for exploiting the media opportunity presented by Friday’s royal wedding.
It was with a mixture of competitive schadenfreude and a bit of regret that I heard of Accountancy Age’s plans to cease publication of the paper edition on 21 April to
John Stokdyk discovers some unlikely members of the campaign for real financial reporting within the Lords Economic Affairs committee.
Editor John Stokdyk takes a break from the mountains of Budget paperwork to survey the wider picture.
With the Budget announcement imminent, Robert Lovell takes a look at the economic portents.
Wednesday is unlikely to hold too many surprises, but we can still expect to see some new details emerge including a degree of tax system tinkering from Chancellor George Osborne.
David Cameron has been making sympathetic noises in the run up to the Budget - the latest of which has seen him cosying up to the business community for advice.
As the title of John Lennon’s song suggests, there are countless interpretations of happiness.