For Ayesha Khanna, artificial intelligence must be an aide to humanity, not a destroyer of it. Ahead of her appearance at the World Congress of Accountants (WCOA), Khanna speaks to CPA Australia about AI, accounting and putting humans first.
Social license to operate: a fair and measured approach to good corporate governance or a socialist Trojan horse? CPA Australia investigates why proposed changes to governance for Australian listed companies have stirred controversy.
Volunteers are the lifeblood of sporting clubs and community organisations, but how often does someone put their hand up to help them? Enter TidyHQ, which is gaining traction with larger member-based organisations such as the Australian Football League (AFL) and the Law Society of NSW.
Pokemon Company International was initially awarded a pittance over an alleged copyright infringement by Australian manufacturer Redbubble, but the gaming giant is gearing up for another round.
Retirees may require more than the Age Pension to live comfortably in their older years, and the Australian Federal Budget 2018's expansion of the Pension Loans Scheme makes a reverse mortgage more appealing. However, is it really worth contemplating?
Christy Chiu FCPA is using her financial and cultural knowledge to support the growth of a private university that is producing outstanding medical and healhcare professionals in Malaysia.
Are we about to experience an international trade war or has the bedrock on which global trade been built experienced a seismic shift?
Analyst, communicator and business partner. Meet the new management accountant.
Parental lessons about the importance of independence, morals and committing to a good cause have helped Anna Tantau CPA succeed as an accountant and social justice advocate.
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KPMG's Kasturi Nathan and Krishman Varges enjoy a symbiotic working relationship that has proven crucial in delivering results to demanding clients.
Savvy accounting firms are using their relationships with start-up tech entrepreneurs to deliver internal efficiencies and create exciting new lines of business.
Fifty years ago, when their now-famous research paper was finally published, young Australian academics Ray Ball and Philip Brown forever changed global accounting, as well as their own lives.
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Something phishy about an email your business received? That's only the beginning. Here's why adopting the right strategies to prevent cybercrime is crucial for your accounting firm.
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Don't just have a retirement plan, have a financial life plan.
How can you make the shift from spending three-quarters of the day sitting to a more dynamic way of working? Researchers and workplace practitioners are standing up for standing.
Protecting your office and living space from the threat of cybercrime is hard enough, but it gets a lot more treacherous during work travel.
Microsoft's Office Suite shouldn't be an automatic choice. Here are some alternatives that may be worth considering.