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Maastoren Building Rotterdam And 1241 Art Bridge

Maastoren Building Rotterdam And 1241 Art Bridge Photograph by Mabry Campbell, 2014

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Deloitte Uses @RISK to Advise Clients on Risk-Heavy Insurance Partnerships

The insurance business is inherently risky—so much so, that many companies in that sector are finding ways to side-step some of its trickiest aspects. This adds a layer of complexity that requires careful risk assessment and decision making for those who are ultimately liable when the claims do come in. 276 more words

Case Studies

New Global Study Finds Companies Advanced in Social Business Actively Leveraging Social Data

New Global Study Finds Companies Advanced in Social Business Actively Leveraging Social Data
Source: Deloitte/MIT

New research released today by MIT Sloan Management Review and Deloitte reveals that nearly two thirds of surveyed companies around the world find social business initiatives —including social media, social software and social networks—are positively impacting their business outcomes.

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Business And Economics

Big4 Auditor Changes week ending 27 Jul 2014

Very slow week. Multi-Color let go of KPMG last week. This week, they decided to switch to Grant Thornton. And, with the Rothstein Kass acquisition by KPMG, Jason industries decided to make a switch to PwC. 82 more words

Auditor Changes

5 Things to Learn During Article Ship

Your Articleship is the golden time of your period as a CA Student. How you go through it will have an impact on what type of CA you are destined to become. 804 more words


The Urgency of Leadership Development

In March I discussed a few takeaways from Deloitte’sGlobal Human Capital Trends 2014” survey. After relooking through the report, I think it would be worthwhile to mention some of the other global trends for 2014. 644 more words

China Gorman

Pursuit of CSG for export leads to $21 billion hit to NSW economy

MEDIA RELEASE: 21 July 2014

The Greens NSW spokesperson on mining Jeremy Buckingham today said blame for an up to $21 billion loss to the NSW economy due to a massive gas price hike lay firmly at the feet of multi-national gas companies pursuing coal seam gas for export as LNG. 273 more words

Coal Seam Gas