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£383 Billion Infrastructure Pipeline Announced
The Government has today published its updated National Infrastructure Pipeline, which shows that planned infrastructure investment has now increased to £383 billion up to 2020 and beyond.
Atos signs global IT contract with EthosEnergy
Transforming the IT environment to achieve business growth, repeatability and predictability.
International Tensions Heighten Cyber Security Risks, Says KPMG
Malcolm Marshall, UK and global lead in KPMG's cyber security practice, comments on the impact that international political disputes can have on organisations' ability to conduct 'business as usual'.
Reactive Statement - UK Digital Taskforce Report on UK Digital Technology
The UK Digital Skills Taskforce published its report this morning on digital technology in the UK, and Virgin Media Business supports the aims that the UK really needs to support digital skills to sustain future work forces.
Retail Sales Data Still Showing Growth, but Pace Slackens
Figures released today by the Office for National Statistics showed that retail sales volumes showed slightly slower year-on-year growth of 3.6% during July, compared to June's 3.9%.
Sale of International Development Consultancy to AECOM
Equiteq LLP is pleased to announce the sales of its client, ACE International Consultants (ACE), to AECOM Technology Corporation.
Why Accenture Strategy makes sense
"Will it get off the runway?" asks Fiona Czerniawska, co-Founder of
Advisory Board Expands to Build Expertise in KPMG's People Powered Performance Practice
KPMG's People Powered Performance practice (P3) is delighted to announce two senior additions to its team created to provide clients with advice on how to manage staff and boost productivity.
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