A ‘Glut’ of High-Growth Companies Is Driving An IPO Market Reset
The question of going public has turned from "if?" to "when?" to "how soon?" with no signs of slowing.
Finance Bots: Overcoming the Hesitation
Striking right balance of risk and governance can curb the unintended consequences of an RPA implementation.
Deloitte Fined Record $19M Over Audit Failures
A U.K. investigation found the Big Four firm liable for “serious and serial failures” in its audits of software firm Autonomy.
Holiday Retail Sales Forecast to Rise 1% to 1.5%
High unemployment and economic anxiety will weigh on consumers, keeping sales well below last year's 4.1% gain, Deloitte says.
Deloitte to Create Independent Audit Board
The new board is part of Deloitte's plan to implement U.K. regulatory changes after a series of high-profile audit failures at Big Four accounting firms.
Recovery Through Resilience: Considerations of Top CFOs
The Q2 Signals Survey found that 585 of CFOs see the North American economy rebounding a year from now.
Audit Committees Boost Disclosure to Shareholders
Investors get more information about the selection and evaluation of large companies' independent auditors.
Execs Cop to Data Dysfunction
Two-thirds of corporate leaders prefer to rely on others for accessing and using data from their own tools.
VC Industry Makes Slow Progress on Diversity
Despite their wide recognition for exerting a positive effect on business results, diversity and inclusion programs remain relatively rare among VC firms.
The Forecast is Cloud
Cloud technology lets organizations be simultaneously innovative and cost-conscious.
Tax Departments Are Starving for Technology Investment
The tax function needs the same kinds of modern tools that finance and accounting are increasingly acquiring, Deloitte says.