Goverment attempts to help the low paid build up a pension pot could backfire spectacularly, the Cass Pensions Institutes warns. Jill Insley reports.
The pressure on staff to rack up long hours and charge them to clients could be hugely damaging to the professional services sector, according to Cass research. David Prosser reports.
Collaborating on R&D cuts costs and extends a company's reach, but how can you protect against knowledge loss? Steve Coomber finds some answers in Cass research.
Chief executives with M&A in mind need to do their homework - and MARC can provide all the data they need, writes Sean Lightbown.
Securitisation does not deserve the opprobrium heaped on it during the credit crisis, says Cass research. Now banks are once again set to sell-on loans and mortgages, reports Steve Lodge.
Sustainability can work seamlessly and save money if it is linked directly to strategy, says a Cass study. Jeremy Hazlehurst reports.
Micro-blogs can have a powerful effect on a movie's opening weekend box-office success, according to an academic study of four million social network messages. Charles Arthur reports.
Asian countries now make up half the top ten deal destinations. Vicky Meek looks at the rise and rise of Asia and the Gulf states.
Two Cass academics debate whether new legislation should even up the boardroom battle of the sexes.
Companies are sitting on huge piles of cash - but Cass research shows that splashing out on acquisitions and buybacks could benefit shareholders and the economy.