After a decade of consistent growth since its foundation in April 2007, International Accounting Bulletin’s ‘Association of the Year’ – Praxity – recently celebrated its tenth anniversary.
Sharon Ulep joins Plante Moran’s healthcare consulting strategy and operations practice
Sharon Ulep has joined Plante Moran¬ – one of the US’s largest public accounting and business advisory firms – as a principal in its healthcare consulting strategy and operations practice.
Will Swiss vote against tax reform threaten it's competitiveness?
Corporation tax vote may make Switzerland less attractive to business.
‘A great future’ for the world’s largest global alliance, Praxity, as it celebrates 10th anniversary on 1 April – that’s no joke
After a decade of consistent growth since its foundation in April 2007, International Accounting Bulletin’s ‘Association of the Year’ – Praxity – celebrates its tenth anniversary this weekend.
Plante Moran Named to FORTUNE’s List of “The 100 Best Companies to Work For®” 19 Years in a Row
Plante Moran, one of the nation’s largest certified public accounting and business advisory firms, has been named to FORTUNE Magazine’s list of “100 Best Companies to Work For” for the 19th consecutive year.
Innovation: Africa is inventing its own model
The African continent is activating the intrapreneurship and open innovation drivers to address its particular developmental and growth challenges.
Plante Moran forms naming partnership with Detroit Lions
The Detroit Lions and Plante Moran have entered into a multiyear partnership that gives Plante Moran exclusive naming rights to the terrace suites being built as part of The New Ford Field renovation project.
Central bank stability at risk
A report from Bloomberg has suggested that there could be increasing instability with Europe's central banks.
Digital games market to hit $100BN
Reports suggest the digital games market is due to generate more than $100 billion of revenue, which is likely to have an impact on other industries.
Finance chiefs have mixed feelings about automation
Eight per cent of accountants believe automation will have an impact in the next two to five years, research shows.