Bitcoin at least three dimensions that are causes for concern.
The latest Global Economic Conditions Survey from ACC and IMA shows that business confidence in Malaysia has remained steady during the third quarter of 2016.
ACCA has launched its Global Business Services Qualifications, and announced two separate collaborations with MDEC and TalentCorp aimed at building the talent pipeline in the shared services sector.
Cybersecurity is growing too dangerous and powerful to ignore and a head-in-the-sand attitude to this once nascent, now pervasive threat is no longer an option, according to a new study by the IMA and ACCA.
A new report published by the ACCA has found that recognition at work is the highest motivator, even outstripping monetary reward.
When it comes to big decisions, business chiefs still follow their hearts rather than their heads, according to a new global study from KPMG and ACCA.
The responsibilities of a CFO often make them understandably risk adverse, but according to a new report from the ACCA, for many finance leaders, ‘hiring’ robots may be the next step in delivering a more effective and efficient business.
The Asia Pacific region experienced the sharpest drop in business confidence anywhere in the world in the second quarter of 2015, according to the latest global survey of finance professionals.
Small businesses may be missing out on accessing finance, investment opportunities and potential tax breaks because they are failing to properly measure and report the value of their ideas and innovations, according to the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).
The economic upturn in countries in Asia is still fragile, according to the Global Economic Conditions Survey for the first quarter of 2015.