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Brexit: Some thoughts ahead of the triggering of Article 50

The Government will trigger Article 50 today with Mrs May's letter being delivered at 12:20 BST. 

Numerous statements have already been...

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Brexit: the elephant in the boardroom

An Eversheds Sutherland report reveals that “…too many UK businesses remain dangerously unprepared for Brexit.”

With Article 50 notice due...

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Brexit's silver lining

Everyone has been talking about the devaluation of sterling and the benefits for those industrial and manufacturing companies that export...

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Reasonable endeavours carry obligations

Often, as deals are negotiated a seller or purchaser is put under obligations to get a matter dealt with. This is often phrased as a...

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The big 3 - a 20th century concept

As GM retreats to the US and Asian manufacturers invest in Europe, other auto alliances are creating new auto giants.

The move from the...

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Why is UK car production surviving Brexit?

The good news for UK car production keeps coming with Toyota following Nissan and Peugeot in committing further investment to the UK.

This...

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Protectionist Britain?

For the Unilever CEO to suggest the british government should be used to protect its independence is a suggestion that would have be...

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Brexit - action now!

The Eversheds Sutherland report on how prepared British businesses are for Brexit reveals a number of businesses are in danger of...

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The Housing White Paper: The Glitterball!!

The suggestion that the recent White Paper is a 'glitterball' of bright and shining housing policies was provided today by a member of...

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Could we be caught off guard by a Brexit skills exodus?

Much has already been said about Brexit and the risk of exacerbating skills shortages in key UK sectors if EU nationals lose their right...

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What is the role of non-executives in the 21st century?

The issue around diversity in boardrooms belies the real issue: what is the role of non-executives in the 21st century?

Clearly it is...

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Family offices coming of age

Historically, family wealth would be passed to a large investment adviser who would, on a discretionary basis, invest via a spread of...

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Looking beyond Brexit in M & A

Yet another article/report comes out saying what a bumper year 2016 was for Foreign direct investment (FDI) into the UK.

Without doubt the...

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Want to grow your business? Show some respect.

There is a perception that being an enfant terrible at work is acceptable because it's justified by creative genius or it is simply part...

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Project management in M&A

Whether a science or an art, ensuring the processes used in M&A benefit a purchaser, both during the deal and during the integration,...

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Too late for multi-brand in India?

The Indian Government is considering allowing foreign direct investment in multi-brand retail in India. Is it too late? Global retailers...

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Garfield: Male, female, or non-binary? (Who cares?!)

There is an apparent Wikipedia gender war about Garfield...yes you read correctly, the cartoon cat.

Notwithstanding the cartoon creator's...

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Oscar PWC duo won't be back: fair punishment?

As the dust settles on the Oscar fiasco, news has emerged that the two PWC accountants responsible for 'the envelopes', will not be...

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Welcoming the new digital strategy with open arms

The digital strategy launched by the UK Government will be welcomed with open arms by industrial and manufacturing companies operating in...

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Driving for work? Don't risk using your handheld phone

Under new UK laws coming into force from 1 March 2017, penalties are increasing for using a handheld phone at the wheel. For most it will...

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