5 Priorities for Moving Ahead with AI in 2020
Companies are coming to grips with the notion that they can't deploy artificial intelligence at scale as quickly as they had expected, research suggests.
Private Companies Grow Anxious Over Global Demand
Views of demand for products and services are dramatically different than they were a year ago, a study shows.
PwC Hires More Companies’ Tax Teams
In the latest deal under the professional services firm's "insourcing" managed-service strategy, most of Synchrony's tax department is now on its payroll.
Basketball CFO Takes His Shot at Real Estate
For Milwaukee Bucks finance chief Pat McDonough, it was "sink or swim" when he joined the team as it was embarking on a huge real estate development phase.
An Action Plan for Artificial Intelligence in 2019
AI is supposed to make things easier, but businesses intending to make hay with the technology face a load of challenges ahead.
Boards Sharpen Focus on Social Issues
Directors increasingly see matters such as resource scarcity, human rights, and income inequality as important components of strategy discussions.
What’s Up with M&A in the Age of Tax Reform?
While M&A activity is strong this year, quantifying how much of it is driven by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act requires a nuanced analysis.
Lessons from Early Lease Accounting Adopters
PwC offers a primer for the many companies that aren't yet far along in their implementation process for the new lease accounting standard.
Meeting the Tax Reform Challenge Through Automation
Companies don't need to spend a lot of money to address the issues brought on by tax reform. All they need is a bit of automation in the finance function.
New Accounting Rules Test Companies’ Mettle
Forty-two percent of public companies are either still assessing the impact of the new lease accounting rules or have not even gotten that far, finds PwC.
Private Companies: Let the Good Times Roll
Strong demand helps push private-company executives to a historically high level of optimism.