Cast your minds back to June 2004. P Diddy helped Mario Winans top the UK charts with I Don’t Wanna Know.
OK, you might not remember that, but, at the time, Accountancy Age ran a story suggesting Ernst & Young was on the cusp of re-entering the consulting market. Nick Land denied this, of course, but the Age wryly pointed out that the situation was quite murky. For example, PwC, which had quit the market, was still a member of the Management Consultancies Association.
CIMA study reveals qualified management accountants are paid £36,411 more than the typical British workers
Jane Ellison to serve as 'tax minister' following ministerial responsibilities for public health. David Gauke become chief secretary to the Treasury
EY becomes the latest Big Four firm to sign HM Treasury’s Women in Finance Charter
PwC urges for continued progress on gender diversity as government targets FTSE 350 companies to have 33% women on boards by 2020