What are the duties of companies (and their directors)?
Something unusual happened back in July when the proposed £24bn acquisition of ARM Holdings by Japan’s Softbank Group was announced.
Following in Franklin's footsteps: the four most critical gaps in crisis preparedness
As reputation specialists, we are inundated with examples of organisations who haven’t put their best foot forward in a crisis.
Yesterday, the 1922 committee outlined the provisional timetable for the election of a new Conservative party leader and – by extension – Prime Minister.
Media regulation: Where are we?
It is five years since Sir Brian Leveson started his inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the British press.
Valuing cultural capital
Do arts, museums and culture have merely intrinsic aesthetic value, or can their economic value to a society be quantified?
Perfect pricing means an imperfect world for retailers
A fascinating insight into the ferocity of change in how we shop and sell.