Accounting, Finance and the Economy
Includes accounting, finance, financial management, the UK economy, employment, economic aspects of globalisation and international trade.
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TUC economic quarterly: October 2014
The latest TUC economic quarterly report provides an analysis of UK economic and labour market developments over recent months, and includes a spotlight feature on pay and earnings.
Profit, sales and operations planning: a proven tool to navigate permanent volatility
Today’s supply chains are global, symbiotic networks where many factors - not all of them predictable - make it a constant struggle to balance supply and demand and maintain profitable operations.
Powering profitable sales growth: five imperatives from the 2014 sales performance optimization study
Accenture, in collaboration with CSO Insights, a leading research and benchmarking organization, conducted in 2014 the 20th annual study on sales performance optimization to assess current sales performance, challenges facing sales executives, and what organizations are doing to address those challenges.
The Deloitte finance benchmark: getting back to growth
Cautious but growing confidence in recovery means many organisations are moving on from the cost-cutting that has been the hallmark of recent years.
Annual report insights 2014: providing a clear steer
Following an intensive period for corporate reporting, this report reveals detailed analyses of 100 listed UK companies annual reports, from multiple sectors.
UK and European restructuring market outlook 2015: a split forecast
This survey interviewed 80 senior restructuring professionals from banks and alternative lending institutions across the UK and Europe to give an insight into their views on the restructuring market in 2014 and the prospects for 2015.
Enhanced portfolio management in uncertain times
In today's 'new normal' operating environment of heightened volatility and uncertainty, any incremental advantage to improve capital allocation decisions is like gold-dust.