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Deloitte millennial survey a wake-up call to business leaders

Young business professionals distrustful of business motives, anxious about Industry 4.0
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Crowe Soberman to promote new, Crowe global rebranding, says Cukier

U.S.-based global network Crowe drops Horwath from name as international network rebrands as Crowe Global
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Canadian economic confidence among accountants at record level

A new, global survey by the ACCA and IMA finds surprising optimism among Canadian accountants
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CPAs concerned about U.S. protectionism, Canadian competitiveness

Despite a robust economy, Canadian accountants worried about economic outlook, says CPA Canada Q1 2018 Business Monitor
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Canada's Activist Auditors General IV: The mystery critic and her case against the AGs

What happened to Sharon Sutherland, a lone critical voice in the wilderness?
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2018 CFO of the Year Award nominees announced

Intriguing changes increase anticipation of the annual financial leadership awards
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Canada's Activist Auditors General III: A political force?

Canada's Auditor General, Michael Ferguson, explains how the Office of the Auditor General selects its audits
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Canada's Activist Auditors General II: The trouble with the activist label

Carol Bellringer. Michael Ferguson. Bonnie Lysyk. What the three most recognized auditors general in Canada think of the activist label
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Special Report: Canada's activist auditors general

Accountants admire them. Politicians fear them. The public trusts them. But are Canada's auditors general going too far?
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The Ledger, March 4: The week that was in Canadian accounting news

Federal budget on tax evasion, Trump threatens steel tariffs, plus financial shenanigans
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The Ledger, Feb. 18: The week that was in Canadian accounting news

The CRA's tax raids headlined news but there was plenty of opinion on the future of NAFTA
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Are the Canada Revenue Agency tax evasion raids a public relations exercise?

Highly public raids called extraordinary, very rare by tax experts