To the long list of massive administrative headaches multinational finance departments must start thinking about, we may now add trade compliance.
Finance and tax departments have little choice but to build forecasting models that can accommodate a number of different variables.
Imagine what it was like to sit in the C-suite of a U.S.-based steel distributor the day the president announced a 25% tariff on foreign-made steel.
The most common what-if scenario CFOs are planning for is the possibility that the U.K. and the European Union just can't reach a deal.
Giving tax departments a forward-looking orientation will position them to spot evidence of financial crimes.
Assuming a platform lives up to its promise of creating a seamless, interoperable system, it should open up new doors for a business.
Original equipment makers, tech companies, and suppliers are vying for control of the auto's “center stack,” which customers may value more than…
The defining structures of our economic system could be seamlessly digitized and recorded forever in an open, distributed ledger.
An aging workforce and new technology will create winners and losers among CPA firms and in other professional services fields.
A massive migration of assets from the baby boomers will have a dramatic impact in virtually every industry.