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October 1, 2017
Wondering which dish goes best with which wine? Here are some tips.
The Public Sector Accounting Discussion Group will host its first livestreamed meeting. Plus, Armand Capisciolto, chair of the AcSB Private Enterprise Advisory Committee, explains why there will be no 2018 annual improvements cycle.
Dow Jones has closed its indexes to all companies that have a dual-class stock structure, while US banks are raking in profits that are at near-record highs.
Conversation is growing on disclosing ESG information in financial reports as nonfinancial factors are increasingly affecting financial performance.
For an industry as a whole, selling a product responsibly is a wise long-term strategy — even though overall demand might not grow as quickly as it otherwise would.
With a built-in HD camera and eight gigabytes of internal storage, the new Arrow smartwatch hits a high note in style, features and innovation.
Okey Chigbo, Editor-in-Chief of CPA Magazine, introduces the features in the October 2017 issue.
Multimillionaire basketball player Kelly Olynyk spends more money on food than cars or vacations, while Google is under investigation after refusing to divulge employee salary information to the public.
As vice-president, comptrollership, and CFO at Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), Christine Walker expects the unexpected and takes pride in serving Canadians across the country.
CPAs are proud to be Canadian and proud to be Canadian CPAs. We’re excited to share these #CPAproud stories from across the country.
Technological change and automation are changing the way we think about careers. These shifts are leading to a more innovative culture, but more Canadians are also facing rising precarity in their jobs.
February 26, 2018
Change is inevitable. But it can also be a powerful catalyst for a better future. At this event, learn how to leverage the opportunities that disruption brings to increase the impact of your organization's work.
December 20, 2017
From the totally personal to the all-business, CPA Canada’s Bruce Ball walks us through the most significant tax changes of the year.