The retail landscape is ever changing and 2024 looks to see no end to the challenges faced by the high street as retailers face the prospect of tempting customers into their stores at a time where consumer confidence is low and discretionary spending power squeezed.
With the construction industry already being tested by labour shortages and rising material costs, the upcoming abolishment of the red diesel rebate is yet another unwelcome challenge facing companies and contractors up and down the country.
The Brexit deal has provided welcome relief from uncertainty for many UK businesses, but for manufacturers in the Midlands it is a crucial boost to confidence. This is a major sector in the area and would have been badly affected by a ‘no deal’, so what d
The Higher Education (HE) sector is a vibrant and important part of the UK economy, developing skills and life chances for students and delivering world-leading research that drives innovation and change.
Life has changed dramatically in recent months, but for solvent companies considering a Members’ Voluntary Liquidation (MVL) the situation remains unchanged – for now.
As businesses across the UK struggle in the face of the coronavirus lockdown, thousands of people have been calling for dental appointments
The ban on football fixtures could cause an insolvency crisis which will hit Football League clubs hard, warn experts at Begbies Traynor.
The construction firm appointed to develop The Christie hospital in Manchester has entered into administration with all the company's assets immediately moving to a new specially formed company.
The John Lewis Partnership has reported profits for the first half of this year down by 98.8 per cent as compared with the same period in 2017.
The government has announced the launch of a consultation on a wide range of issues relating to corporate governance frameworks and the responsibilities place upon directors in corporate insolvency scenarios.
Paul Barber, BTG Partner, says firms impacted by Carillion liquidation quickly need to assess what impact it will have on their business
Insolvency practitioners play key role in combating this costly crime
The number of Scottish companies at higher than average risk of insolvency has risen by 36% over the course of 2017.
The increased cost of taking court action to recover a debt has resulted in creditors looking for alternative methods of collection. One potential way is via a statutory demand.
Julie Palmer of business recovery and restructuring specialist, Begbies Traynor commented on today’s GDP figures
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