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Diversity and inclusion drive economic growth
When policy shifts, our insights and analysis can help you plan and respond
2020 was a record year for private equity healthcare deals. Grant Thornton can help you take advantage of the market trends today and beyond.
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.
Forget the skills gap. It’s time to address the perception gap in manufacturing. Learn how to foster a future ready culture.
cta.x automates control testing while efficiently extracting insights and value, turning your traditional testing burden into a competitive edge
Our audits ensure confidence in our client’s financial information.
Whether you are looking to improve the performance of your tax functions or streamline and automate your data collection, we understand your challenges.
Executives are advised to pay special attention to emerging trends that will shape how boards and investors talk about ESG in 2021.
To stay ahead, you need a dynamic infrastructure that drives value from the core of your digital transformation strategy.
This isn’t the tech you know. This is alyx™ – our streamlined concierge-enabled platform that connects real problems with the right resources and real solutions.
The potential is great – what to know before taking action
COVID-19 has caused PE firms to adjust their valuation practices – postponing valuations to avoid reset triggers, exploring new approaches to valuations or diversifying existing ones.
Watchwords come down to “be prepared,” with increased scrutiny, new regs and tougher enforcement.
We examine President Biden’s energy policy priorities which, if enacted, could form the basis of a first-ever national strategic energy policy.
Use COVID-19’s lessons to strengthen your organization’s long-term health.
COVID-19 continues to have a significant impact on companies within the hotel industry –a potentially irreversible one for many entities.
The new remote working dynamic is creating new considerations for insurance company tax compliance obligations.
Address the “people side” of tech change; see 3 fundamentals of enablement.
As initial pandemic reactions begin to subside, our manufacturing supply chain survey asked: What are your risks, investments and opportunities?
Enthusiasm about these investments should be tempered with proper financial and tax structuring and preparation.
Experience-based insights, approaches and solutions to help navigate today’s complex landscape.
Drivers, key risks and opportunities from our leaders and Nareit’s senior v.p. of research and economic analysis
Retail management should consider holistic approaches and practices when transforming operating models.
The pandemic and social unrest have shifted the risks for professional and business services firms. Now, firms must adapt for the long term.
Global tech companies have new workforce and tax considerations. Listen in as our tech and tax specialists discuss what companies should do.
The COVID-19 is having a huge impact on the global economy, with manufacturers and the travel industry bearing the initial brunt as the impact expands.
I’m free to devise creative solutions and make changes.
Grant Thornton’s FY20 Sustainability Report
Responding with empathy, so we all emerge stronger.
Learn how Maggie Lin and her organization are creating equal access to opportunity for former foster youth
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