The chief auditor for Serco during the electronic tagging scandal has been fined £78,000 over his role, the accounting watchdog has revealed.
The company which owns hairdressing chains Supercuts and Regis has gone into administration less than a year after bosses attempted to persuade landlords to give the company heavy rent cuts.
Hairdressing chain Supercuts is on the brink of collapse less than a year after bosses attempted to persuade landlords to give the company heavy rent cuts.
The auditors for tech giant Autonomy failed to challenge bosses at the company ahead of its ill-fated £7.4 billion sale to Hewlett Packard, a disciplinary tribunal has heard.
Goals Soccer Centres, the five-a-side football pitch operator reeling from a major accounting scandal, has put itself up for sale.
The key role played by entrepreneurs in the region’s economy will be outlined at a north-east business breakfast this month.
Britain’s big four accountancy firms should be broken up in order to loosen their stranglehold on the audit market, a hard-hitting report argues.
Office Outlet has gone into administration, putting the future of 1,200 jobs at risk.
One of the UK’s most respected regeneration tzars has thrown his weight behind plans to put Aberdeen on the cultural map.
Business leaders were warned yesterday that signs of “regression” were emerging on North Sea collaboration as activity picks up.
Johnston Carmichael has announced the appointment of its new head of VAT.
It was one of the boldest artistic ventures ever staged in Aberdeen.
Students from under-privileged backgrounds earn almost 10% less than the most advantaged, six months after graduation in the same subject, research shows.
Scottish business chiefs moved quickly to calm nerves yesterday after UK voters chose to quit the European Union.
Scottish accountancy giant Johnston Carmichael (JC) has five new partners, including one each in its offices in Aberdeen and Huntly, taking the total to 56.
Boosting digital services and infrastructure could grow the Scottish economy by up to £13billion, a new report has found.
A global professional services firm has crunched the numbers and come up with a pledge for the Press and Journal’s Apprentice 100 campaign.
What: The National Theatre of Scotland Granite launch reception.
Looming rule changes will help to drive domestic and international investment in Scotland's property sector, according to HBJ Gateley.