Thousands of books have been written about motivation. It's a popular subject for seminar presenters, talk-show hosts and magazine columnists. Researchers study and publish scholarly articles on the subject. So what's the big deal? Why does the subject of motivation merit...
High-achieving women are paid less than men even when they have similar levels of experience and are in the same fields, according to new Bloomberg Businessweek data. Women graduating business school this year reported an average of $14,548 less in expected annual pay...
Seventy percent of corporate tax professionals said they favor lowering the U.S. corporate tax rate, even if that means their companies would have to give up tax loopholes, according to a new study.
The National Society of Accountants is suggesting some year-end tax tips to help businesses save money on taxes for this year and beyond, courtesy of Wolters Kluwer CCH.
The Federal Reserve Banks and the Federal Reserve Board are moving ahead with plans for a real-time payment infrastructure in the U.S. A study the Fed commissioned from McKinsey concluded that the business case for a new infrastructure was neutral to slightly negative,...
Aflac's first female African American U.S. president, Teresa White, shares her experience moving up the corporate ladder. While growing up in Dallas with her single mom and sister, her mother made it clear that she needed to finish high school and graduate from college...
The audit committee is a fundamental part of the corporate governance structure. But with changing demands being placed on it, what steps can companies take to ensure that the committee effectively safeguards stakeholders? A popular panel at the 2014 World Congress of Accountants...
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