'Making life taste better' may be its slogan, but if Sainsbury's latest financial results are anything to go by FD Roger Matthews must have a pretty unpleasant taste in his mouth.
With bankruptcy levels at an 11-year high and a debt time-bomb looming, Gareth Hughes, the new president of business recovery and turnaround group R3, explains why he's in his element.
A piecemeal approach to IAS and other new regulation when it comes to IT systems could be damaging to your business. FDs and senior managers should use compliance as a good excuse to improve their business structures.
Venture capitalists are on the look out for the next big money spinner, in the mould of the dotcom boom, writes .
(Noun) the proactive receptionist that believes their job is to bar anyone from entering the building or meeting with anyone of importance.
It's been a busy week for David Varney, the current chairman of mobile phone giant mm02. Not only has he been celebrating his 58th birthday, but he has landed the job as the first-ever executive chairman of the soon-to-be merged Inland Revenue and Customs & Excise department.
Oliver Letwin is sweet-talking the business world with promises to cut red tape, reduce regulation and simplify the tax system. But will this be enough to win round the electorate? David Rae hears the Tory shadow chancellor set out his stall.
Breaches of computer systems have increased at a terrifying rate, costing companies millions of pounds. Chris Potter explores the case for investment to keep sensitive information safe.
(noun) working long hours, often needlessly, because of either a macho culture, fear for your job, unnatural love of your job or a combination of all three.
It's surely not the first time that Adam Bates, global head of forensic accounting at KPMG, has encountered obstructions as he goes about his daily work. But the confusion surrounding his firm's multimillion-pound contract to investigate the corruption-riddled Iraqi oil for food programme must take the biscuit.