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News analysis

Bad Apple

Bad Apple

Cheating Ourselves

Cheating Ourselves

15 April 2019

US college bribery scandal shines a light on the price parents are willing to pay for their childrens’ education. Read more

Farewell to Failures

Farewell to Failures

15 April 2019

Will the CMA’s investigation into funeral pricing be a death knell for poor governance in the sector?. Read more

Fyre Fighting

Fyre Fighting

05 March 2019

The rise of social media influencers means regulators are facing new and unprecedented challenge. Read more

Bad Apple

Bad Apple

05 March 2019

News of insider trading at Apple raises questions about those responsible for compliance. Read more

You're not hired

You're not hired

06 February 2019

Government targets on apprenticeships are set to be missed amidst criticism of business levy funded places. Read more

Own goal

Own goal

06 February 2019

Sir Alex Ferguson’s medical notes breach can teach us lessons about effective information governance. Read more

Cracking down

Cracking down

19 December 2018

Unexplained wealth orders are another weapon in the arsenal to target international corruption, but they raise concerns over long-standing legal principles. Read more

The employee voice

The employee voice

19 December 2018

The Google walkouts highlight the importance of companies engaging with their workforces, particularly with the wave of new reporting requirements approaching. Read more

Abuses of power

Abuses of power

02 November 2018

The use of parliamentary privilege to break non-disclosure agreements raises questions about their usage. Read more

Charitable concerns

Charitable concerns

01 November 2018

Charity leaders raise concerns about anti-advocacy clauses in government awarded contracts. Read more

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