Wendy’s — the maker of America’s third best-known fast food burger — is reporting that, despite initial reports that 300 restaurants were effected in a probable data breach back in January, the number now is looking like it might be quite a bit bigger.
Does that mean we’ll all be getting our tax advice — or, for that matter, financial and legal advice — from robots while we look for new jobs? In some ways, it’s already happening. Robo-advisers have become a fixture in the financial services space, and automated tax preparation apps have been the subject of a tax season advertising blitz.
The costs of the finance and accounting function at many companies are expected to climb in the next few years, according to a new survey. The Benchmarking the Accounting & Finance Function 2016 report found that while many companies reported the overall cost of compliance requirements remained steady from 2015 to 2016, more than half of U.S. (68 percent) and Canadian (60 percent) companies expect their compliance burden to rise over the next three years.
As an accountant, you’re a pro at helping your clients understand the legalities of running a business. But are you doing enough to make sure your own business keeps up with all the federal, state and local regulations required to stay in good standing?
When regulators talk, the payments ecosystem listens. PYMNTS caught up with Kathleen Oldenborg, the OCC’s Director for Payment Systems Policy, to get her take on what a digital framework capable of securely supporting an ecosystem of real-time payments must look like from her perch.
When it comes to picking a cloud provider, you should ask some tough questions, an industry expert suggests. Clay Hart, the CEO of private cloud hosting provider Diverse Technology Solutions, laid out a dozen questions you should bring to any cloud provider you might be working with.
Companies are recognizing the impact that automation can have on their accounts payable process. In this webinar, we will provide you will the information you need to get your AP automation initiative to the next stage.
The U.S. House of Representative's committee on science, space and technology is investigating the Federal Reserve's cybersecurity practices. The congressional committee sent a letter Friday to Fed Chair Janet Yellen expressing "serious concern" after it learned that more than 50 security breaches affected the top bank between 2011 and 2015.