Western firms have piled into emerging markets in the past 20 years. Now comes the reckoning.
CFOs of defense contractors are preparing their companies for a new era of austerity at the Pentagon.
Health-care companies are a casualty of the cross purposes of the Affordable Care Act and antitrust laws.
If companies don't recognize and address water-scarcity issues, risks will accumulate and could eventually threaten entire businesses.
Governments increasingly are expecting financial institutions to defend the front lines in the war against money laundering and terrorism.
A push to make banks safer creates new uncertainties.
But CFOs have felt that auditor reports shouldn’t say more than that their companies’ financials were reported fairly.
Internal auditors who incorporate data analytics will reap the benefits of real-time risk management.
As businesses become more dependent on third parties, internal auditors need to put processes in place to help identify third-party risks.
After two years of relative stability, the currency markets may be readying for a year of heightened volatility. Will companies be prepared?
There isn’t enough historical data to help companies keep pace with intelligent adversaries.