A major disruptor over the past several years, the buy now, pay later (BNPL) industry has challenged stereotypes, defied expectations, and is here to stay.
As staff are welcomed back to their offices, we can expect a dramatic - and timely - shift in the use and purpose of workplaces.
The COVID-19 crisis has demonstrated the best of our food security measures. Even amid the panic buying there has been enough fresh produce to go around, but how has the virus affected our food producers?
How can you increase participation in a game of chance like Powerball? There are myriad statistics, probabilities and psychological drivers at play.
In today's data-driven environment, a massive injection of funds into a promising start-up to promote rapid growth and market domination is increasingly common.
It seems like just yesterday that social media was the new kid on the block: shiny, disruptive and full of promise. Now it has matured and presents an entirely different reality for business. How do we best manage its opportunity and risk?
It's concealed, insidious, has the power to destroy lives and is always intentional. How do accountants recognise financial abuse, and when they do, what can be done?
There is an enormous opportunity in solving the challenge of how to design simpler standards for the audit of less complex entities.
As an area of research it has existed for decades, but organisations are only now beginning to appreciate the wondrous insight offered by social network analysis.
It’s important for insolvency practitioners to be aware of the implications of the revised APES 330 Insolvency Services standard, together with the ARITA Code of Professional Practice.