Modern day Paul Reveres are shouting, "The Boomers are coming!" from every digital rooftop. Magazines proclaim the changes to healthcare, investments, retirement homes etc. etc.
Today's Globe and Mail newspaper had an article about a woman who clearly needed to be taught a lesson that would serve as a det
Recently, I have been twittering under the name AccountingWEB as we build the readership to that web site.
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Can someone learn how to be innovative? Tom Kelley, the General Manager of IDEO, definitely thinks so.
What might make some private companies or non-profit organizations in the United States adopt IFRS?The eventual adoption of IFRS by small businesses and not-for-profit organizations is likely to be market dr
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the last show of Accounting Idol. We started with 50 eager bean counters and now it's down to the final three. Tonight one, two or all three of you will be eliminated.
The picture on the screen was your average warehouse, but it wasn't your typical Microsoft corporate shot, i.e. it wasn't a perfect company with gleaming boxes on pristine shelves, where you'd swear you could eat off the floor.
At 7,000 attendees, Microsoft Convergence was the biggest convention I have ever gone to.
Tucked away in the middle of the Latin Quarter of New Orleans is a hole in the wall dedicated to music. Not just any music, but jazz as it was played way back when. "Nawlins" is full of songs and this band knows them all.