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Time for a genuine commitment to CSR
Various projects were introduced in response to the stinging criticism business schools faced after the financial crisis. And while some do a good job of introducing students to social issues and the new-found importance of CSR in the corporate world ...
The funding road less travelled
Cambridge Angels, a group of around 30 rich individuals, is very active in providing funding and have backed many local businesses, including Arm Holdings and CSR, the chip designers. “Being based in Cambridge, the founders knew all the angels, ...
Business in the Community stands for responsible business
The company which was only established in 2008 was seen to have made significant progress on all aspects of its corporate social responsibility programme in a short time and for “living and breathing” their pledge to be “more than a landlord”. RCT ...
Best Practice: Haines Watts' 21st century firm
IN MAY, Haines Watts announced the introduction of a mobile-ready website for business owners, finance directors and financial controllers.
Mehmet Asutay, Durham Business School
Every week, a business school professor, an expert in his or her field, defines key terms on FT Lexicon, our online economics, business and finance glossary.
Hotel Chocolat founder asks HMRC to take chocolate instead
Hotel Chocolat founder Angus Thirlwell raised �5m for his business via an innovative 'chocolate bond' scheme. But now HMRC want their cut.
Social media marketing is not a passing fad
Victoria Ransom explains how social media is becoming an essential component of marketing. Dismissing Twitter and Facebook in business is tomfoolery, she argues.
EU says workers can claim extra leave if sick on holiday
A new and binding directive from the European Court of Justice says sick days have to be separate from annual leave. by Michael Northcott.
PwC warned to improve in-house audit training by FRC
PARTNER TRAINING AT PWC could be improved and appraisals reviewed, the Financial Reporting Council's audit watchdog has said. In its latest report on PwC, the Audit Inspection Unit (AIU) said that the partner appraisal processes should be reviewed.
Avoidance scheme ring-fences �168m from taxman
A “BELOW THE RADAR” TAX AVOIDANCE SCHEME that ring-fences �168m from the taxman annually has been exposed. The regime, called K2, is provided by accounting firm Peak Performance Accountants and allows its 1,100 clients to pay as little as 1% ...