Funding plans for science and research 2011/12 to 2014/15 were published by the Government today.
Members of the UK200Group of independent accountancy and lawyer firms have commented on the CBI’s predictions that interest rates will start to rise again next year, reaching around 2.75 per cent by the end of 2012:
One quarter of expense-claiming employees exaggerate claims
Since the release of its Interim Management Statement on 2 November 2010, the Group has seen a further significant deterioration in market conditions in the Republic of Ireland, with concerns over the country’s fiscal position leading ultimately to the approval of its application for EU-IMF financial support on 21 November.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has today published an updated Remuneration Code to take into account changes required by the Capital Requirements Directive (CRD3).
A report this morning revealed that UK retail sales missed expectations for November, recording just a 0.3% rise on the month, against forecasts for a 0.5% rise.
As EU ministers prepare to meet in the morning to discuss Spain’s spiraling debt problem, the country’s coming under scrutiny following the Irish Republic aid package of 85bn euros (£72bn; $113bn) last month. With German Chancellor Angela Merkel insisting that no country in Europe would be "abandoned", the euro is being defended. But Madrid denies similarities between the two economies, distancing themselves from the Irish crisis.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has today fined and banned chartered accountants Paolo Maranzana and Laurence Finger for Sedley Richard Laurence Voulters’ (SRLV) involvement with a boiler room share scam.
Business start-ups in the South West of England have a new opportunity to obtain angel investment in the form of Horatio Investments – a £20m privately backed vehicle based in Glastonbury, Somerset.
Deloitte, the leading business advisory firm, is stepping up its support for school leavers with the creation of 100 A Level entry roles, in recognition that a university education may no longer necessarily be the most attractive option for many of the UK’s brightest students.