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Separate rules for banks a "mistake", Lawson told

Big Four tell Lord Lawson imposing a different accounting regime for banks would be a mistake

24 Jan 2013

Taxi

PwC puts black cabs back on the road

Administrators to Manganese Bronze say repairs on the black cabs is now completed

24 Jan 2013

UK Supreme Court by Jaume Meneses

Uncertainty concerns persist as advisors lose privilege ruling

Lord justices follow previous rulings on legal privilege: that it could cause uncertainty, and parliament will have to decide how to extend it

24 Jan 2013

Big businesses' tax contribution stable – despite avoidance anger

The amount of tax paid by the UK's largest businesses has stayed stable, despite public anger over corporate tax avoidance

22 Jan 2013

Jessops administrators to make more than 1,300 redundancies

PwC administrators have announced the closure of the camera retail chain

14 Jan 2013

PwC administrators called to Jessops

Irreconcilable differences between directors funders and suppliers, such as Nikon and Canon, sees PwC administrators appointed to the 192-store camera chain

10 Jan 2013

KPMG replaces PwC as Schroders auditor

KPMG wins Schroders audit, ending PwC's 50-year tenure as the fund manager's auditor

09 Jan 2013

RSM Tenon ditches PwC as auditor

Move ends increasingly fraught relationship between RSM Tenon and its auditors PwC

07 Dec 2012

Interview: PwC chairman and senior partner Ian Powell

PwC's senior partner talks audit reform, international growth and why the firm should strive for something that is 'unobtainable'

04 Dec 2012

Transfer pricing more workable than unitary tax, say tax chiefs

A unitary tax would pose huge difficulties in implementation, say tax chiefs from OECD and PwC

03 Dec 2012

Ex-Schroders auditor becomes its CFO

PwC partner Richard Keers is leaving to join Schroders in May next year, when it will have been 26 months since he worked as the company's auditor

29 Nov 2012

KPMG conducted due diligence of Deloitte audit at Autonomy

HP CEO tells analysts the IT business called in KPMG to conduct due diligence work on Deloitte’s audit of financial statements at Autonomy

20 Nov 2012

Colin: Taxis rank highly with PwC

Colin's usual sidewards, squinty, glance at the news: PwC's administration of Manganese Bronze proves eye-catching

19 Nov 2012

PwC administrators steer Manganese Bronze in right direction

Administrators to oversee steering fault resolution, and hope to have black cabs back on the road by mid-December

16 Nov 2012

PKF replaces PwC as auditors of Warner Estate

PwC, in various forms, has been the company's auditors since its incorporation in 1966

16 Nov 2012

Big Four firms make major diversity charts

Ernst & Young, KPMG and PwC make the Business in the Community diversity lists

09 Nov 2012

Expanding LPP for parliament to decide, court told

Broadening the scope of legal professional privilege to take in accountants is a matter for parliament, the Supreme Court hears

07 Nov 2012

ICAEW makes case for legal professional privilege for accountants

ICAEW intervenes in Supreme Court battle between Prudential and HMRC over legal professional privilege for tax advisors

06 Nov 2012

Ex-MF Global customers file lawsuit against PwC auditors

Collapsed bank’s customers file complaint against PwC claiming it failed to properly examine MF Global’s control over customer funds

06 Nov 2012

PwC administrators make 156 redundancies at Manganese Bronze

PwC administrators lay off staff at London black cab manufacturer just days after their appointment

01 Nov 2012

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