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.
Companies’ AI Leaders Sense Competitive Urgency
Key executives at early adopters of cognitive technologies see a short time-window for honing their strategies and skills.
The Difference Between Good CFOs and Great CFOs
A CFO’s ability to build strong teams and develop successors is more important than ever.
Some Companies Are Ignoring GDPR Risk
About one in eight companies polled by Deloitte are waiting to see how regulators enforce GDPR before putting much effort into compliance.
Why You Should Blow Up Your Best Practices
Many common corporate activities and thought processes actually promote mediocrity and inhibit needed business-model transformations, a new book contends.
Procurement Lacks Tech Prowess
Few procurement organizations are applying digital technologies anywhere near optimally, and in fact many are actually regressing, Deloitte report suggests.
CFO Optimism Is Sky High, But Also At Risk
Tax changes, cash management, M&A fever, and the talent squeeze are among the chief challenges CFOs are facing in mid-2018.