In an interview with INTHEBLACK, Australian Taxation Office (ATO) Commissioner Chris Jordan warns that his staff are getting better at identifying problem tax advisers and taking action.
Legal technology firm Plexus is inspired by the accounting experience to introduce digital transformation to legal services.
Indonesia is the latest country to embark on a plan to move its capital city. Experts caution that it can take generations to see any benefits.
Digital services firm Tigerspike has set is sights on improving people's lives through technology. Its COO Charley Rowley CPA says it's humans, not technology, that drive the business forward.
20 years of demographic changes have altered societies and created new groups of consumers.
New research shows how managers can ensure that innovation works for the organisation, not against it. Here's how you can make proactivity work wisely.
Organisations can better respond to a complex and ever-changing environment by improving business innovation. CPA Congress speaker Steven McCrone outlines how they can move in this direction.
Negative online reviews from customers can be devastating for hard-working business owners and their staff. The key question is: How should you respond to them?
Dr Angus Hervey and Tane Hunter, the two co-founders of Future Crunch, are on a mission to help people understand how technology can drive strategy.
Crucial new research explains how Chinese start-ups innovate, compete and grow. Who are the entrepreneurs snapping at the heels of the global names?
What does your office design say to clients and other visitors? Does your workplace design communicate the positive purpose and energy of your business, or does it damage your brand?
Excel is not only readily available at low cost on almost every laptop, but it contains much of the computing power needed for sophisticated forecasting, says expert Dr Liam Bastick. Learn how to get the most out of the Excel forecast functions.
Many high-tech applications, including those in defence, communications, automotive and computing, rely heavily on rare earth metals. They why is this vital industry shrouded in mystery?
Tourism is booming globally but not everyone is celebrating, as residents question the economic benefits and ecologists point to environmental damage from overtourism.
Automation has its limits when it comes to auditing, but Shelley Banton says it's possible to harness the best of both worlds to benefit auditor and client.
A string of challenges confronts Singapore as it seeks to maintain its status as an Asian economic success story.
Neville Onley and Alfa D'Amato are showing how finance professionals working with medical staff in the New South Wales health system are delivering better outcomes.
Accounting firm Carbon Group, founded by two CPAs, has chalked up some impressive growth in Australia and is looking to expand further.
Ex-military jobs can be hard to find. Sean Leong CPA is using software and training to connect former soldiers with employers seeking to fill skills gaps in their workforce.
The growth of cashed-up superannuation funds raises questions about what they will do with all their money, and how they will deliver the best outcome for members.