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Business restructuring

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Fighting fit

Turning a business round, be it as an adviser or a specialist investor, is a difficult job - and one made more so every time a failed business falls under the media and political spotlight. David Prosser looks at how hard graft can get businesses back on track.

Shelter from the storm

Outsourcing is widely used by companies the world over. Either they do not have a particular capability in-house or they do not need it on a full-time basis – employing a third-party can minimise costs.

Going the distance

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The UK’s second city is not, as my straw poll of born-and-bred-Londoners suggested, Manchester.

Crowded house

The term ‘crowdfunding’ appeared in just one story published by the Financial Times in the whole of 2010.

Paradise found?

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To say Cyprus has had ups and downs in recent years is something of an understatement. On 1 January 2008, it adopted the euro. Like Othello’s ill-fated sojourn to the Mediterranean island, tragedy followed pretty soon after.

Prosperous north

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Founded in 2009 by Grant Berry and Andy Ball, NorthEdge Capital LLP is a specialist lower mid-market private equity house, focused exclusively in the north of England, with offices in Manchester and Leeds.

Location, location, location

For consumer businesses with a winning formula, an aggressive roll-out strategy can prove hugely successful. David Prosser looks at how - and where - to go about it.

More than fee gathering

Jon Moulton argues that more critical and rigorous due diligence would reflect better on accountants.

Big social impact

How did a former trade union activist come to set up a social investment fund with Threadneedle Investments 30 years on? Marc Mullen asks Nigel Kershaw of Big Issue Invest

Securing the dynasty

For some, the family business, built over generations, is there for keeps. Douglas Streathfield-James explains how to protect it.

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