13 September 2012
Grant Thornton announces departure of Belgian member firm
Grant Thornton has announced the departure of its member firm in Belgium which has been acquired locally by Ernst & Young.
08 August 2012
Global survey finds strong support for greater shareholder involvement in setting CEO compensation
Two-thirds (67%) of business leaders around the world say that shareholders should have greater involvement in establishing remuneration policy for senior executives at large public companies and 66% believe that senior executives are paid too much, according to a global survey of 3,000 businesses in 40 countries.
01 August 2012
Global business survey finds regulations and red tape greatest constraint to business growth
Regulations and red tape are the greatest constraint to business growth, according to the Grant Thornton International Business Report, a global survey of 3,000 businesses in 40 countries.
31 July 2012
Signs of EU bailout economies beginning process of internal devaluation
Unable to devalue their currencies as a means to increase the price competitiveness of goods and services, new research shows that the EU bailout economies are showing signs of undergoing a process of internal devaluation.
26 July 2012
Big sporting events key to attracting investment, say emerging economies
Businesses in emerging markets most value the ability of big sporting events to attract investment to their economies, whilst counterparts in developed economies view them as less important, according to new research from the Grant Thornton International Business Report (IBR).