Greeting cards chain Clintons is being put up for sale by its owners, with accountancy giant KPMG drafted in to find potential buyers.
The warm late summer weather helped food sales in the UK grow, but these were offset by a fall in non-food sales as shoppers continue to wait and see how Brexit plays out, new data has revealed.
Britain’s accounting watchdog has slammed major firms over substandard audits, with a quarter judged to be below the acceptable standard.
Economists at KPMG have slashed their expectations for the UK’s economic growth and warned of a slowdown due to Brexit uncertainty and global headwinds.
Jamie Oliver’s restaurant company is calling in administrators, putting more than 1,000 jobs at risk.
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.
A buyer has been found for the Dundee construction firm McGill.
The Scottish Labour leader has repeated his belief that McGill should have been saved – amid suggestions of directors taking money from the firm in its dying days.
More than three quarters of former McGill apprentices left unemployed after the company collapsed have already found new roles.
A union official is calling for axed Dundee workers to be put at the top of the list for new jobs at a resurrected construction firm.
The preferred bidder to take over McGill has spoken of his excitement at buying the stricken Dundee firm.
A construction firm has been appointed the preferred bidder to take over stricken Dundee firm McGill.
Partners at KPMG are celebrating a £601,200 payday after profits at the accountancy giant jumped in 2018.
Retail sales cooled last month as buoyant spending on food and drink spurred by the warm weather failed to offset a wider slowdown in consumer expenditure.
A derelict warehouse that once belonged to a major supermarket could finally have a bright future ahead after it was sold for an undisclosed sum.
Dundee City Council provided the Tele with statistics on vacant commercial properties following a freedom of information request.
Retail sales in Scotland have grown in real terms for a third month in a row, according to a report.