The UK and Middle East wing of Big Four firm PwC reported a 7% increase in its fee income to £2.6bn for the year to 30 June 2012.
PwC has been called in to investigate the computer malfunction that affected millions of RBS customers.
Alex Miller takes a look at the drivers for the rising popularity of apprenticeships in the profession. ALEX MILLER reports
The FRC’s Accountancy and Actuarial Discipline Board (AADB) has revealed it will finally investigate PwC’s role as auditor of RSM Tenon.
The number of retailers going out of business in the second quarter jumped up by more than 10%, according to recent figures from PwC.
Team Dull!? has put aside the remote long enough to compile a datasheet on the profession’s representatives at London 2012.
In its recent decision in Schofield v HMRC  EWCA Civ 927 the Court of Appeal quashed a tax avoidance strat
PwC is promoting a new approach to risk management that prioritises resilience over short-term measures of efficiency.
The end of a long period of expansion has resulted in the “new normal” for the economy, characterised by financial volatility, disappointing growth and a lack of confidence in policy-making, ac
The unraveling of controversial Scottish manufacturer Simclar Electronics took another couple of steps forward this week, with reports that founder Sam Russell had reached an out-of-court settlemen
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