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.
Report Suggests a Shift in Cost-Reduction Mentality
Instead of saving on costs to support strategic growth initiatives, companies are now more likely to be saving to support transformation efforts.
The Activist Investor: A CFO’s Unlikely Ally
Don't be caught by surprise — learn to view your company through the eyes of an activist investor.
Has the TCJA Actually Helped Companies?
The overall financial impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is difficult to calculate and may be viewed differently by optimists and skeptics.
M&A Activity Expected to Rise Again in 2019
Despite trade and tariff tensions, three-quarters of U.S. corporate executives expect to close more and larger deals next year than they did in 2018.
Investors and the public will no longer tolerate personal misconduct by executives. Now, boards have to do the same.
Lease Accounting Special Report: Ready or Not
Many companies still have plenty of work to do to comply with the new lease accounting standard. What’s holding them up?
For Manufacturers, Skills Gap Keeps Widening
Modern technologies, the hot economy, and negative perceptions of the manufacturing industry deepen a skills gap that jeopardizes manufacturers' business.