Adoption accelerated, and competitive advantage faded, experts say.
Now is the time for firms to be creative, thinking about new industry-specific applications and firm-specific pain points where AI could play a role.
Many firm leaders are in denial and fall short of what’s required, and that’s the principal reason why so many firms can’t get to the next level.
The Institute of Internal Auditors is giving corporate America only a modestly better grade on governance in 2020 compared to 2019, and any improvement is probably due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Big Four firm KPMG makes donations to mark MLK Day; Baker Newman Noyes donates laptops to Maine schools; and more charitable initiatives.
The Internal Revenue Service plans to open filing season on Feb. 12, although it is making its Free File program available starting Friday.
Topel Forman appoints new managing partner; Armanino promotes record number of partners; and more CPA news.
Thirty minority students are the latest group to graduate from the state society’s annual diversity and internship training program.
A member of Deutsche Bank AG’s supervisory board faced criticism from lawmakers and the bank itself for suggesting that Wirecard AG go after journalists that had written critical stories about the since-collapsed payments company.
President-elect Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief plan is designed to both pump money into the economy and contain the coronavirus pandemic.