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While forecasts for real estate returns are strong, the end of the current development cycle may be on the horizon.
Management and audit committee members of manufacturers need to consider a number of items as they look to apply the new revenue guidance.
E&P companies are exploiting smart technologies, tapping new talent and refining their efficiency and balance sheets.
Business development companies can enjoy tax benefits after weighing the structure’s pros and cons.
Industry leaders will pivot from a volume-based to a value-based care model that improves consumer outcomes and shareholder returns.
Not-for-profit CFOs are adopting for-profit best practices in data analytics and IT decision making.
Perception of the tax function is often a compliance-based cost center; reality is a potential profit center.
A new administration calls for creative thinking for the risk-averse federal acquisition process to drive innovation.
Recent changes to the R&D tax credit allow tech companies to reduce tax liability and fund future developments.
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