IT insolvencies rise, but overall business failure rate plateaus

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Latest Experian figures reveal insolvencies in IT industry went up in April compared to same time last year, but overall insolvency rate remained stable

The business failure rate across the UK has remained at the same level for an entire quarter, the first time this has happened since 2007, according to market watcher Experian. The firm’s latest...

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