Despite the partisan disagreement over tax rates and other policy items, Democrats and Republicans share at least one thing in common: They all visit their local supermarkets to buy groceries. Regardless of where we stand politically, nearly all Americans rely on food retailers to stock their kitchens and feed our families. From the largest national…

More than half of registered firms have faced some sort of cyber incident in the past year, according to a survey conducted by the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA). The results of the survey of cybersecurity and social media practices of 649 registered firms — including fund managers, portfolio managers, and exempt market dealers — are…

Nothing is constant but change, according to the ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus. But what distinguishes the changes that digital technology is causing in the business world today, with ever faster, internet-based communications, more powerful data crunching tools, and automation technologies that could completely change the nature of work itself in some industries, is the sheer…

More than three quarters (76%) of accounting professionals admitted to having their day affected by a bad night’s sleep The research, conducted by CV-Library in partnership with neuroscientist Jim Horne, explored the attitude of 1,300 accounting professionals towards sleep and the workplace, also revealed that 44% feel enervated on a regular basis. For the majority…