An 171-year-old Irish media company that controls some of the country’s national and regional newspapers and radio stations has gone through a complicated corporat
The Irish government passed emergency legislation today to liquidate the former Anglo Irish Bank.
24 Jan - Two brothers behind the Manchester 1980’s rave scene are in conflict with KPMG over their fashion label’s administration.
FTSE 100 asset management company Schroders has ditched PwC as its auditor in favour of KPMG, ending a half-century relationship with the firm.
KPMG reported UK profits down by 13% to £349m last year, due to the current economic situation and Eurzone crisis.
KPMG has slashed 275 staff as part of its latest restructuring exercise in an attempt to streamline the business.
Big Four accountants KPMG and Deloitte are being sued by an HP shareholder over their role in HP's purchase of UK software firm Autonomy.
KPMG has told its UK staff that up to 3% of roles, equating to more than 300 positions, will be “at risk” as part of a review across the entire business.
The High Court has reaffirmed a long-established principle as to whether a duty of care is owed by accountants towards third party investors.
Health Secretary Andrew Lansley has drafted in a crisis team to deal with the dire financial situation at the South London Healthcare NHS Trust.