As IMA celebrates its 100th Anniversary, a longtime member looks back over a career defined in part by volunteering.
With Carillion’s liquidation, the issue of accounting firms providing consulting services to clients again takes center stage.
Part of leadership is ensuring that employees feel included and that company policies and practices deter discrimination.
A new feature coming to Excel lets you build surveys that users can access by scanning a 2-D barcode with their smartphone.
The hackers at Def Con and the researchers at Cisco agree: Hacking is growing and becoming more dangerous.
A recent Supreme Court ruling could have a significant impact on states’ ability to collect sales tax for online purchases.
Ginger White, IMA Chair for 2018-2019, hopes to draw from her own experiences to help other members succeed.
To prepare students for the future, management accounting education must change as technology evolves.