A Parliament roundtable this morning discussed how to stop some companies enforcing "unfair and unreasonable" payment terms on the rest of the supply chain. Mike Cherry, national policy chairman at...
One director of failed distie agreed to discharge his debts of over £400,000
Credit guru Eddie Pacey explains how businesses can scrutinise their supply chains to make sure they don't become a scapegoat in a VAT fraud
Administrators say the business 'suffered from severe cashflow issues'
Insolvencies in second quarter driven by rise in creditors' voluntary liquidations
Latest administrator's report indicates that it is 'possible' that the distie's secured and preferential creditors could get some money back
Justin Sutton-Parker tells CRN about the competitive advantage that having a green agenda gives partners
Former Cisco channel boss and Riverbed CEO says Pure can’t give away margin to ‘non-performers’ as he hints at changes to incentives
'I'm interested to see how they become relevant again, rather than three letters associated with security' - Channel reacts to Dell offloading RSA
RSA sold to private equity for just over $2bn