Fraser Simpson examines the welter of tax rules post-Panama and tries to understand what they mean for business
EU tax avoidance package is comprehensive and may worry UK, but a wholesale rejection is unlikely, finds Keith Nuthall
Love him, hate him, or take a 'wait and see' approach, new Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, and his appointments of John McDonnell and Angela Eagle in key roles, have the business community talking
Weaknesses in institutional corporate governance and negative aspects of Japan's corporate culture combined to produce a perfect storm of accounting wrongdoing
The odds might be long on a Ladbrokes/Coral merger, but the CFO will have plenty to do - whether the deal goes ahead or not...
Former City Link FD Robert Peto joins TNT in midst of global restructuring and transformation plan
Harrison has been poached from travel firm, Hogg Robinson, and will take up his new role, a seat on the board and £400,000 basic salary, later this year
Smothers set for turnaround focus as retailer makes changes
Tesco's accounting debacle has set the supermarket back a long way, but does it have the wherewithal to bounce back? asks Chris Warmoll
With AA CFO Andy Boland to leave the newly-listed business alongside the departure of its CEO, will governance concerns be answered prior to a new finance chief's arrival?