As technology suffuses the enterprise in 2018, CFOs get ready by investing in new technologies, talent and data.
Big data, AI and robotics take an increasingly prominent role for directors in day-to-day business functions.
Is a lower corporate tax rate tempting you to make an entity change? Before converting, answer these questions.
Review the current accounting and tax concerns facing the real estate sector.
Manufacturers have reason to be upbeat these days but challenges still exist. Get the key questions you should be asking management.
The energy sector is in a transitional time with lower crude oil prices and an unclear future. Find out where you should focus.
Explore the macroeconomic pressures, shifting compliance burdens, and ongoing regulatory uncertainty that are challenging the asset management industry.
2018 is the year of tax reform for life sciences directors. Learn which provisions in the tax bill could affect life science companies.
Understand the impact key tax reform provisions will have on your not-for-profit. Read our detailed analysis.
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.
The information technology industry exists in a constant state of transformation. Find out where the audit committee should be focused.
Culture, collaboration and quality define who we are. Learn where we’ve been and where we’re headed next.
This Tony Awards season, join Grant Thornton in celebrating the power of creativity and collaboration.
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