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PRESENTING: 38 power players disrupting the $130 billion consulting industry and solving problems for clients in crisis
These leaders are strategizing for clients, rethinking recruitment, and leading D&I efforts at global firms.
A top PwC exec shares how companies can maintain the well-being of workers in a remote setting, and what the future has in store for the virtual workf...
During a particularly stressful time, it's important that leaders develop new methods for checking in on their remote employees.
There’s a 14-question quiz you can take right now to measure if your company will survive a crisis like coronavirus or buckle under the pre...
PwC surveyed 2,000 companies and identified key ways businesses can withstand a global crisis, from cyber terror to natural disasters.
A top industry consultant reveals the 2 key reasons why he thinks US banks are beginning to raise their voices on climate change and sustainability is...
PwC's US head, Tim Ryan, told us that American banks are both excellent at assessing risk and well positioned to lead on investing in green business.
A new PwC survey unveiled at Davos found CEOs are the most pessimistic they’ve ever been about the economy. The firm’s global chairman bre...
Bob Moritz, the global chairman of PwC, unpacks the forces that are making CEOs around the world lose sleep at night.
Here’s what tech CEOs are most worried about going into 2020 — and why they’re looking to the election for help
After scandals and industry pressure, tech companies have taken to lobbying in hopes that policy can help their businesses in 2020.
Asia will have 250 million more people by 2030, and it’ll need S$1 trillion more investments to feed itself sustainably
By 2030, food spending in Asia is expected to double to US$8 trillion, and there will be 250 million more mouths to feed.
‘If you opt in, we will not leave you behind’ — PwC’s global chairman announces a $3 billion investment in job training
PwC, the global professional services firm, is investing $3 billion over the next few years into job retraining, which it sees as a competitive edge.
The world’s CEOs are getting increasingly nervous about the state of the global economy, a major new survey shows
Global CEOs praised 2018 as a year of strong global growth but by the end of the year they'd changed their minds completely.
The big four accountancy firms could be broken up as part of a radical change promised by the UK's Labour party, the shadow chancellor John McDonnell said ahead of his party conference on Sunday.