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.
The results are in. Grant Thornton’s study reveals investing in healthy cultures pays off with bottom-line financial performance.
The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) marked down its forecast for growth, inflation and interest rate hikes in 2019.
Prepare now for the next downturn. Is your company ready?
Automation is for more than efficiency; it adds real value to a company and real meaning to our work.
Private companies have unique characteristics powering their advantage to accelerate tech innovation.
New legislation aims to improve evidence-based decision making
Status quo headlines that don’t protect your business. Status Know delivers timely, strategic solutions based on the day’s most important news.
We explore in detail how best to apply the flow-through deduction for private companies.
The Wayfair ruling has made M&A due diligence more critical than ever, considering the risk when a target has exposures from the past.
Big data, AI and robotics take an increasingly prominent role for directors in day-to-day business functions.
Review the current accounting and tax concerns facing the real estate sector.
Manufacturers are taking a ‘wait and see’ approach to investment amid new tariffs and a changing trade policy.
To stay on the right side of disruption, energy companies must understand which opportunities are a good fit.
To turn AI into ROI, financial institutions are adopting a culture of innovation. Think big with these 5 culture quick wins.
A growing use of third parties requires life sciences companies to adopt a top-down approach to managing risk.
See what to expect in 2019; find innovative solutions and action steps for your organization.
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.
Review tax function processes and identify where automation and analytics can help with new requirements.
See the strides we’ve made to become the most admired firm in our profession.
Companies with a culture of innovation defined by collaboration and agility are well positioned to take advantage of market opportunities.
New standards put corporate leases under more scrutiny. As companies build compliance into their contracts and leases, blockchain can be a key.
Blockchain can bring security to intercompany transactions that let global manufacturers, distributors, and others that bring products to market.
ERP systems are a source of truth, but they couldn’t validate data from other systems until they met blockchain.
With new applications emerging, blockchain is more than cryptocurrency. How should you think about blockchain today?
Whether your organization is cryptocurious or cryptoserious, what you should understand about cryptocurrencies now?
Auditing a technology designed for privacy presents unique challenges.
We're investing in innovation and disruptive technology to help organizations take advantage of new opportunities.
Technology-driven audits allow today's auditors to deliver efficient, higher quality audits.
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