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As founder and executive chairman of IBISWorld, an international research firm that predicts industry and economic trends, Phil Ruthven looks to the past to know what to expect tomorrow.
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Liam Bastick is one of only 104 people in the world recognised as an Excel MVP. Ahead of his appearance at the World Congress of Accountants (WCOA), Bastick outlines how he uses Excel and a two-stage technique he has developed using “tornado” charts and sensitivity analysis.
US Navy lieutenant Bill Conway didn't fire a bullet against the Taliban, but with forensic financial analysis and modern accounting practices, he brought the terrorist sect to its knees.
To paraphrase a popular idiom, nothing is certain except death, taxes and highly complicated, jargon-filled life insurance. With Integrity Life, Chris Powell FCPA is out to change that.
Bernie Madoff was a respected figure on Wall Street until his Ponzi scheme collapsed in 2008, causing investor losses of an eye-watering US $17.3 billion. Few know Madoff better than Diana B. Henriques, who wrote a book titled The Wizard of Lies about arguably the world's most notorious fraudster.
As workers over the age of 50 are being professionally put out to pasture, employers and the government must act to dispel the hurtful stereotypes and age discrimination that are keeping the "grey army" out of work.