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In this article, TBR correspondent Anna Lelashvili discusses the potential split of divisions within Big Four firm EY
In this overview, Cian Hennigan outlines the key welfare, tax, energy, housing, education and health takeaways from Budget 2023.
In this article, TBR correspondent Finn Howley discusses the recent end to the ECB’s policy of negative interest rates
In this article, TBR correspondent Grace Connellan discusses the implications of the recent Ethereum upgrade on the future of cryptocurrency and blockchain
In this article, TBR correspondent Udita Gulati discusses the antitrust implications of Microsoft’s acquisition of Blizzard.
Truss’s first act as UK Prime Minister promises to save the public, but she threatens the value of the pound
Lizz Truss enters no. 10 Downing Street during high-stakes wars; both within her party, and on the Eastern borders of Europe. However, her first battle as prime minister will be tackling the energy bill crisis. This daunting task is made ever more difficult by Truss’s commitment to a low tax economy. The cost of a…
As Covid-19 returns to being an endemic disease, the pandemic has taken a back seat in recent weeks as other, more pressing crises come to the fore. While certain pharmaceutical companies benefited greatly from the pandemic, as illustrated by Astrazeneca’s 41% rise in revenue for 2021, the irony holds that the industry failed to gain…
Annual inflation hit its highest point in twenty years in November 2021, with consumer prices up 5.3% year-on-year. EY reckon this trend could be lasting, with inflation expected to average 3.3% next year. Considering the EU target inflation rate of 2%, the severity of these figures is clear. Similar statistics are seen internationally, with the…