Recruiters: panic need not apply

Investors in job agencies have overreacted to Brexit

London, England-October 12,2012: KPMG is one of the largest professional services companies in the world and one of the Big Four auditors. KPMG employs 145,000 people and has three lines of services: audit, tax, and advisory. Its advisory services are further divided into three service groups Ð Management Consulting, Risk Consulting, and Transactions & Restructuring. Photo taken on: October 12th, 2012

Consultants brace for Brexit boom

Early calls for advice likely to turn into big restructuring fees

FedEx manages to defy sluggish economy

Parcel service beats expectations but faces pension writedown

Small sacrifice from Dido of TalkTalk

Baroness Harding was unusual in alerting customers long before scale of the data theft was clear

Law firm breached duty of care

Leigh Day transferred settlement without regard to fraud risk

BHS hearings: Goldman trio must turn up

Investment bankers have a duty to appear and fully explain their role in the sale of retail chain

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G4S shares fall on link to Orlando killer

Gunman worked in Florida for security group since 2007

Essentra: name your poison

Strong track record counts for more than a one-time setback

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Taking your daily Medication - Blister pack

Essentra shares plunge on profit warning

Filters and plastics group reports falling revenues and cost cuts

Deloitte investigated over Serco audits

UK watchdog weighs in after group overcharged government

Bilfinger to sell real estate arm

German group offloads unit to private equity group EQT

Royal Mail settles pay deal

Group’s efficiency drive requires trimming £5.2bn wage bill

Royal Mail collects digital businesses

UK postal operator invests in e-commerce and tech companies

International push boosts Babcock profits

Defence outsourcer highlights benefits of Avincis helicopter deal

UK Mail profits fall after move to new hub

Teething problems at postal operator’s hub dent full-year figures

Mitie blames EU poll for delayed projects

Outsourcer increases profits but misses forecasts

Lakehouse struggles to turn tide of woes

Deep-rooted problems have been exposed to public scrutiny

Addison Lee drivers plan Mayfair protest

Pay rates and contract changes at centre of dispute with private equity owners

Royal Mail posts profit fall

Postal operator faces tough competition in parcels

BHS probe to shine light on advisers’ role

Who was responsible for assessing retail chain’s buyer?


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