"See something, say something" applies to situations internal auditors face every day, writes IIA President and CEO Richard Chambers. "As the conscience of the organization, we must be constantly vigilant," he writes.
Workers under 50 should generally sit tight and avoid overreacting when 401(k) account balances fall. Older workers have less time to wait for the market to recover, but they can protect themselves by forming a plan for steady income in retirement.
The Internal Revenue Service has finalized proposed regulations issued in August on the new transition tax, added by the law known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which generally taxes a corporation's accumulated post-1986 deferred foreign income.
Nadelman was CFO of recorded music at Concord Music.
A survey found public company board directors reporting increasing confidence that their knowledge of cyberrisks equips them to deal with such issues. Such confidence, however, needs to be "grounded in reality -- or at least in frequent assessments, audits, and actual tests of an organization's ability to detect, respond and recover to cyber incidents," writes Christophe Veltsos, a professor of computer information science at Minnesota State University.
The possibility of the UK leaving the EU in a no-deal Brexit has risen now that the UK Parliament has rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's withdrawal agreement with the EU. Such an event would have implications for companies' handling of personal data, with the EU's General Data Protection Regulation a key factor, lawyer Ann LaFrance writes.
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