In the age of digital payments, CEO Dan Schulman kept the company relevant by teaming up with its foes. In the process, PayPal quietly took over the check-out button.
CPA Australia's tenth annual Asia-Pacific Small Business Survey finds that overall, small business conditions in the region are slightly weaker than a year ago.
Sydney startup Dresden Optics has disrupted the traditional eyewear business model with its sustainable approach to custom eyewear.
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It’s the information age, and yet the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) still charges Australians hefty fees to access company information that’s part of the public record – and takes just seconds to provide electronically. How much longer can this go on?
Wellness enters the workforce as research points to the benefits it brings to both employees and the bottom line.
CFO Ralph Khoury FCPA is based in Dubai, where he runs the ruler over the numbers and strategies for the Middle East media and advertising operations of Omnicom Media Group and TBWA\RAAD.
While our means of data analysis and collection grow increasingly complex, the sources of error remain all too human.
Would you be willing to spend 10 to 15 years working two jobs, living in rented student-style digs and saving and investing every possible dollar, if it meant you could retire in your 30s? A growing number of millennials think FIRE is worth the sacrifice.
The question of whether robotic process automation (RPA) is the real deal depends on how you use it, say the experts. Here, we reveal how and why to bring in virtual workers, and when they're not such a great idea.
These are exciting times for Hong Kong’s financial industry as it looks to work more closely with Mainland China. As head of Hong Kong’s Insurance Authority, Dr Moses Cheng FCPA is at the heart of the Greater Bay Area “better together” strategy.
Accounting for International Development (AfID) is a UK-based social enterprise launched a decade ago by Neil Jennings. It enables accounting volunteers to take their skills abroad.
Harry Hoang CPA and Fuzuki Nishimura CPA have worked together for nine years. Together, they have been instrumental in building Tailored Accounts to become a thriving accounting firm and a culturally diverse, healthy workplace that lives and breathes corporate social responsibility.
As digital businesses grow globally, individual countries are seeking to tax either the profits or the turnover generated within their own borders – and that’s where the international tax arguments begin.
To become a trustworthy adviser to clients or other business units, accountants need to be as good at persuasion and marketing as they are at managing the finances. The key? Building trust with clients.
Sonia Kammell FPCA came to the New South Wales Treasury via banking and enjoys how she can contribute to social outcomes in the public sector.
A new boss is arriving. Do you understand their expectations? How do you build a relationship with them? How do you get on with a manager when you feel they dislike you? Stacey Ashley FCPA shares tips on how to work with a new leader.
Foldable phones may have grabbed the headlines at this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, but another strongly featured technology – 5G connectivity – is likely to have a bigger impact on our lives and businesses.
Sometimes you need to allocate amounts to specific months; this technique shows how the LEN function works in Excel.
When Lindsay Birrell FCPA turned 65 and was required to step down as vice-president of CPA Australia’s European branch, he didn’t feel ready to put his feet up and rest on the laurels of a remarkable career.