Thu.Oct 28, 2021

How Financial Statement Fraud is Done


Financial statement fraud happens is one of the most costly types of fraud. It is a significant problem because people inside and outside the company rely on the information provided in the financial statements.

McDonald's Teams with IBM to Super-Size Drive-Thru Lane Tech


McDonald’s is partnering with IBM to bring technological improvements to the drive-thru lanes at its fast-food restaurants and automate the order-taking process, the companies said in a joint statement.


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SEC Asks Valkyrie Investments to Stop Plans for Leveraged Bitcoin Fund


The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has asked asset manager Valkyrie Investments not to go forward with plans for a leveraged bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF), The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported.


Wells Fargo on Why APIs Are Key to Seamless, Streamlined Commercial Banking


The global shift to digital commerce that resulted from the pandemic has altered what many businesses are looking for in their relationships with financial services providers.

Employee Safety During COVID-19: Compliance Toolkit

Stay compliant with Paycor’s COVID-19 Action Plan FAQs and templates toolkit.

PACCAR Says New Connected Truck Platform Is Part of Its Digital Transformation


As it turns out, the connected car of the future may also be a truck. Big rig manufacturer PACCAR has taken another step in its digital transformation by launching a global connected truck platform that will be fitted into the Kenworth, Peterbilt and DAF brands.

Deep Dive: How POPs Can Help Boost Efficiency for Large Cross-Border Businesses


The digital economy enables businesses to reach customers across national borders more easily than ever before.

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NEW DATA: Nearly 90% of US Consumers Plan Online Holiday Purchases in 2021 — 10% More Than in 2020


Retailers are getting mixed signals about the upcoming holiday shopping season. Lingering supply chain problems hindered sales growth for much of the year and created uncertainty about many products’ availability for the holidays.

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Subscriptions, Personalization Could Be Retail’s Bright Spot This Holiday


For years, it was frowned upon to give gift certificates or cash to someone as a gift, something that was seen as lazy or thoughtless in certain social circles.

Credit Unions Use Cash Back Rewards, Early Direct Deposit to Reward Member Loyalty


Credit unions (CUs) are well-known for their customer service, but they are often overlooked in favor of the flashier digital services provided by traditional banks and FinTechs.

73 Million US Consumers Are Already Living in the Connected Economy


Consumers have become accustomed to near-ubiquitous internet access to get goods and services on-demand, as well as run multiple facets of their lives.

Path to Becoming a CFO with Kelly Steckelberg, CFO at Zoom

Speaker: Jeff Epstein, Veteran Tech CFO, and Zoom CFO, Kelly Steckelberg

Join us for this very special conversation between veteran tech CFO, Jeff Epstein, and Zoom CFO, Kelly Steckelberg. The session gives us an opportunity to showcase the changes over time for CFOs, and draw comparisons between enterprise and fast-growing, early-stage companies.

APIs Give Property Managers Much Needed Nudge to Ditch Paper Checks


Businesses across multiple industries are looking for ways to augment their B2B payment processes to run more smoothly in a world that is becoming increasingly digital following the impacts of the global health crisis.

GO CEO Says Car Subscription’s Core Selling Point Is Hassle-Free Buying and Ownership


Michael Beauchamp is a lifelong car enthusiast, but he’s never enjoyed the car buying experience. He said the whole process — from hunting down a deal, to haggling over financing and a down payment, to trading in or reselling a car — seems like one big hassle.

Experts Say Supply Chain Challenges Spur New Digital Payments Innovations


First the bad news: It will take years for supply chains to return to normal.