With another year comes another set of business challenges. What does 2019 have in store for global business? Three experts share their predictions.
Disruptive technologies are coming and accounting and finance professionals need to jump on board says Singapore Accountancy Commission chairman Chaly Mah FCPA.
Is blockchain truly impenetrable for hackers? These experts have their doubts.
As access to bank funding has become harder to obtain, more alternative lenders have emerged from the shadows. These lenders (or shadow banks) are not regulated to the same degree as traditional banks. Could some be a disaster in waiting?
Some advance planning before you travel overseas trip can make a world of difference to help you manage your money and stay within your budget.
Artificial intelligence, data analytics and automation: technology is transforming our lives and we need to remain human and bring our experience to understand the information and explain how to respond. This was the message of CPA Congress 2018.
It began as a celebration of singlehood, but the impact of China's Singles’ Day retail event is now being felt around the globe.
An increased capacity for data analysis is providing new insights for organisations – but don’t expect everyone to welcome it, was the message from former New Zealand Prime Minister Sir Bill English to the World Congress of Accountants (WCOA) in Sydney.
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.
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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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.
China's Greater Bay Area (GBA) has the potential to be an economic powerhouse, and government, business and residents are ready for the challenges and opportunities it presents.
Is running an airport a license to print money? Australian airports are so profitable, there are calls for greater regulation.
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.
Surely entrepreneurship can’t be taught? Actually it can, experts say. And when it’s done right, it makes a powerful difference to an early-stage business’s chance of success.
Digital transformations can be difficult. These seven cloud computing tools help to eliminate many headaches.
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.