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Where does the word 'auditing' come from?

Where does the word 'auditing' come from?

WORDS-WORTH: When did financial records start being audited?

 

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'Going to prison completely changed my views of the people in there' - Vicky Pryce

'Going to prison completely changed my views of the people in there' - Vicky Pryce

26 June 2015

YOU LIVE AND YOU LEARN: The chief economic adviser at CEBR and ex-wife of disgraced former cabinet minister Chris Huhne on life after jail, sexist work culture and why Europe needs to give Greece a hand.

 
 
Can Crowdcube defy its critics?

Can Crowdcube defy its critics?

26 June 2015

The crowdfunding platform is booming, but investors are still waiting for a chance to recoup some cash.

 
 
The Co-op is no longer Britain's biggest co-op

The Co-op is no longer Britain's biggest co-op

24 June 2015

The ascendant John Lewis has overtaken Manchester's mired mutual.

 
 
Could Thorntons disappear from the high street?

Could Thorntons disappear from the high street?

22 June 2015

Britain's biggest chain of chocolate shops is being munched up by Italian giant Ferrero.

 
 
Silicon spires loom as Oxford closes £320m spin-out fund

Silicon spires loom as Oxford closes £320m spin-out fund

19 June 2015

Oxford University's dreams of emulating arch-rival Cambridge's tech glory take a step closer today, as the £320m OSI spin out fund closes.

 
 
American companies are worried about George Osborne's 'Google Tax'

American companies are worried about George Osborne's 'Google Tax'

17 June 2015

The chancellor's efforts to tackle aggressive tax avoidance have irked some.

 
 
Why Tesco needs to raise £5bn

Why Tesco needs to raise £5bn

15 June 2015

Rating's agency Moody's says the beleaguered supermarket needs to find the cash to get back on track.

 
 
10 things we learned this week

10 things we learned this week

12 June 2015

Grant Thornton's new boss, Apple's penchant for hype, M&S's radical new idea.

 
 
'No way, Willie' - Branson squares up to Walsh over Aer Lingus

'No way, Willie' - Branson squares up to Walsh over Aer Lingus

12 June 2015

Virgin Atlantic founder Richard Branson has hit out at the IAG/Aer Lingus deal, calling it 'absolutely the wrong thing' for competition.

 
 
Meet the entrepreneur who pioneered P2P lending

Meet the entrepreneur who pioneered P2P lending

12 June 2015

Giles Andrews has built Zopa into a disruptive financial force.

 
 

The MT interview: Terry Smith

"I'm often described as outspoken. I don't view this as a criticism."

Terry Smith, CEO of Tullet Prebon, pulls no punches in this month's big interview

 
 

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