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CEO confidence rises despite new risks and uncertainty

PwC’s 20th annual global CEO survey reveals belief in their own growth prospects and their outlook for the global economy are on the rise.

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Technology adaptation key to managing cyberthreats and achieving advantage

According to latest PwC Global State of Information Security Survey, progressive organisations recognize value of digital solutions for security and innovation.

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Employees working abroad poses tax challenge for businesses in Ireland

As mobility evolves and more organisations see talent moving internationally, many businesses are facing a growing challenge to understand where in the world their people are working and what they are doing...

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European IPO markets expected to have raised €28bn in 2016

European IPO market will end the year on a subdued note, with total annual proceeds down by approximately a half at €28.4bn according to latest figures by PwC.

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Members of the State Aid Working Group and PwC Ireland's International Tax Partner Jean Delaney discuss the background to the Apple case and the implications for other companies.

The European Commission, State Aid and Apple

Members of the State Aid Working Group and PwC Ireland's International Tax Partner Jean Delaney discuss the background to the Apple case and the implications for other companies.

The frequency, impact and sophistication of economic crime are on the rise, and businesses are suffering accordingly. Our experts discuss the key findings from our fourth economic crime survey, including the advance of cybercrime.

2016 Irish Economic Crime Survey - Fraud in the digital age

The frequency, impact and sophistication of economic crime are on the rise, and businesses are suffering accordingly. Our experts discuss the key findings from our fourth economic crime survey, including the advance of cybercrime.

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