Rupert Murdoch has been ‘willing to be vocal’ about Google in the way that others haven’t. Photograph: Mike Segar / Reuters

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch is on the cusp of his biggest win yet in his war against Google: a Justice Department antitrust lawsuit against the interne(...)

PwC is being sued by Quinn Insurance Ltd for €900 million over its auditing of the now insolvent insurance underwriter.

Accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has won its appeal over being refused an order requiring €30 million security to be provided for its leg(...)

The end of ‘Range Anxiety’ was supposed to have been here by now.. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Reuters

The end of “Range Anxiety” was supposed to have been here by now. The advent of mainstream electric cars, made by popular, mass-market brands such as (...)

Writer Christine Armstrong: delivered a feisty speech that sought to “blow up the bullsh*t” that says women can have it all – a perfect home life as well as a perfect career. photograph: maxwells

The integration into the mainstream business and corporate world of ethical or moral issues, such as green concerns or the drive for workplace equalit(...)

All UK Mothercare stores are to close, with the loss of 2,500 jobs. Photograph: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Mothercare is set to close all its British stores with the loss of at least 2,500 jobs after its domestic operations buckled under the weight of the p(...)

Datalex acting chief executive Sean Corkery at the company’s agm on Tuesday, where shareholders agreed to adjourn discussion of Datalex’s 2018 financial statements to October 3rd. Photograph: Tom Honan

Former management at troubled travel software developer Datalex misled the board, according to the group’s acting chief executive, Sean Corkery. Res(...)

A board-commissioned review published in May confirmed that there had been ‘significant accounting irregularities’ at Datalex last year. File photograph: Getty

Troubled travel software maker Datalex believes earnings for this year could dip or grow by up to $1 million (€900,000). Datalex said on Monday it ex(...)

 Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan: concerned about suggestions banks may have employed unregistered security to assist in executing court orders. Photograph: James Forde

Private security firms executing court orders to repossess homes and other properties will have to be registered with the State under changes expected(...)

Between them KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Deloitte and EY control more than 90 per cent of UK audits for large companies.

The “Big Four” accounting firms should be forced to legally separate their “cash cow” consulting work from their auditing businesses, a UK Parliament (...)

Ciarán Murray, chairman and former CEO of Icon. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Icon may not be a household name in Ireland but it’s a global powerhouse in the pharmaceuticals sector, with operations in 37 countries. And all of it(...)

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