When it comes to digital investments, Grant Thornton’s research reveals this is the year CFOs are ready to turn talk into targeted action.
CIOs are building relationships as trusted business partners who help drive and measure strategic initiatives, transforming IT from a cost center to a trust center.
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The U.S. economy faces either a slowdown or recession in 2020.
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Private company boards should bring the backgrounds and insights to understand risks and opportunities and drive the business forward.
Collaboration and technology result in genuine progress, said former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley.
Make sure the next economic downturn results in an innovation upturn for your business, follow these 12 steps.
Status quo headlines that don’t protect your business. Status Know delivers timely, strategic solutions based on the day’s most important news.
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The Wayfair ruling has made M&A due diligence more critical than ever, considering the risk when a target has exposures from the past.
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Agility and shifting priorities drive new decade of governance
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From food packaging to kids’ menus to drinks, emphasis is on health and a healthy environment
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The contradiction of cutting-edge production lines and outdated offices is common in manufacturing, but automation gets offices up to speed.
A new tax bill retroactively repeals transportation benefits in determining unrelated business income.
Private equity bolsters the energy industry and looks at renewables and LNG as less-traditional methods of return.
Review the current accounting and tax concerns facing the real estate sector.
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Should you move your supply chain management (SCM) to the cloud? It’s not a simple question, but we outline how to find the answer.
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