Michael Rogerson, ACMA, CGMA, a sustainability consultant in the UK, shares content on the responsibilities of corporate boards and more.
More US organisations want to hire, and almost half have begun to offer higher pay or other financial incentives to bring candidates on board.
Mike Gray, FCMA, CGMA, whose organisation offers part-time CFO services, shares news on technology’s role in payments and the global economy.
This framework can help with the coordination of your organisation’s strategy execution.
From Facebook’s earnings to French consumer confidence, indicators will point the way forward for the global economy.
Housing data in China and consumer sentiment in Europe and North America are among the indicators that could point to economic growth.
A major report on the US economy will headline a week that could foreshadow changes to monetary policy around the world.
Manufacturers in some of the world’s largest economies are steaming ahead as changing political landscapes reshape the global trade network.
Europe will be monitoring political manoeuvering in Downing Street this week in an effort to gain some clarity on the process surrounding Britain’s exit from the EU.
While modern capital markets are dominated by algorithms that mercilessly solve for efficiency, Robert Shiller, a Nobel Prize winner in economics, suggests that we also follow “narrative economics.”
General Motors will stop selling vehicles in India this year, ending a 23-year effort in the country.
The UK election left Britain with a more politically fractured House of Commons – an unexpected scenario as the nation prepares to exit the European Union.
The UK and the US grew slower in the first quarter of 2017 than the five other advanced economies of the G7.
The outlook for US finance decision-makers’ businesses remains positive, according to a quarterly survey, which shows some concern about employee costs and availability of workers.
“The US economy is behaving mysteriously,” Peter Coy reports for Bloomberg Businessweek.
The Swedish furniture maker is considering sourcing more products in the UK, a reaction to a weakening pound and the potential for new tariffs on trade between the European Union and the UK.
Amy Vetter, CPA, CITP, CGMA, is global vice president for education and learning and head of accounting for Xero, a cloud-based accounting software provider. She oversees employees across the globe and travels extensively, meeting with customers and speaking at conferences. She is married and has two school-age children. She also
The initiative, named “Compact with Africa,” will focus first on five countries around the continent, with more to join this year.
Emmanuel Macron plans to push for economic reform when he’s sworn in as France’s new president.
The ultimate question: Can Walmart use its massive infrastructure as a launch pad to remake the online market?