Cybersecurity poll finds 84% rethink engaging with breached businesses
KPMG says organizations should take a harder look at the systems and protocols.
CEOs agree federal wage subsidy is a sound investment: KPMG
…but executives are split on who should receive the subsidy and the redesign of the program.
Emerging technologies are essential for future survival: KPMG
Canadian companies under-invest in disruptive technologies compared to American counterparts
Canadian CEOs more optimistic than global peers: KPMG
Growing recognition for emerging digital technologies to accelerate growth and drive resilience
Canadians are afraid to return to workplace, yet trust employers to keep them safe: KPMG
82% trust their employer to take and maintain all the necessary health and safety precautions
Most Canadians would sacrifice privacy to help stop COVID-19: KPMG
Most would download a contact-tracing app, but want it to be optional.
Mining companies moving towards stakeholder capitalism: KPMG
Canadian companies identified access to capital as one of their top three risks.
BC’s cleantech sector continues to grow: KPMG
KPMG report finds it’s increasingly export-oriented, with 87% of revenues forecast to be generated outside of the province.
Feds invest in new industrial security system
The government has awarded a $12 million contract to Ottawa’s KPMG
Reshaping the auto industry: Technology innovation is the way ahead
Global restructuring is underway; bold moves are needed.
Our automotive future: Global CEOs identify the leading trends
A KPMG study looks at where automotive executives think the industry is going.
Embrace disruption: It’s an opportunity for growth
Prepare for a vastly different business future by setting the right strategic priorities.
Switzerland is most ready to handle disruption, Canada is 17th: KPMG
Canada maintains top 20 standing out of 136 countries but drops three spots.
Canadian CEOs optimistic about economic future, wary of global outlook
KPMG study shows most top executives see disruption as an opportunity, not a threat.
C-suite cool to impact on Canada of Trump administration
KPMG quarterly survey see benefits but cautiously optimistic.
Cleantech among fastest growing sectors in BC: KPMG
Industry surges with 9,800 employees forecasted in 2017, $1.8 billion in expected revenues.
Electric vehicles top auto industry trend, KPMG survey reveals
Executives, however, believe ongoing challenges related to EV charging infrastructure will cause them to fail.
Hey CEOs, cool your jets
C-suites are overconfident about business challenges.
Canadian CEOs overconfident about challenges: KPMG
They claim to be managing disruptions but study suggests they aren’t backing that belief up with action.
Canada #2 among 10 countries for cost competitiveness
High US dollar has helped despite rising office real estate costs and lower tax credits.
Corporate carbon reporting needs overhaul: KPMG
Key information is missing from annual financial and corporate responsibility reports
Embrace change to compete globally: KPMG
Study says Canadian manufacturers must look to innovation, new geographies to fuel growth.
Global CEOs confident about three-year growth
KPMG study says almost 80% of chief execs expect to increase hiring over next three years.
R&D, offshore expansion growth drivers for aerospace: report
Global focus may represent opportunity for Canadian market; new manufacturing technologies will drive future innovation.
Cyber security-related budgets on the rise: KPMG
Attacks continue to pose a mounting risk to Canadian business of all size, consultancy says.
Canadian manufacturers poised for growth: KPMG
Report says they’re repatriating production and jobs.
Canada tops global business tax environment: KPMG [INFOGRAPHIC]
Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal lead international cities for tax competitiveness
Canadian manufacturers expect low growth in global economy
KPMG report suggest Canadian manufacturers are focused on controlling costs and maintaining competitiveness.
Sticker shock, tenuous industrial benefits renew F-35 jitters
KPMG report suggests the jets bill would balloon to $40 billion instead of the $16 billion initially anticipated.
Is Canada’s F-35 fighter jet deal dead?
KPMG report suggests the fleet of 65 stealth jets could carry a $40 billion price tag.
Cleantech cleaning up in BC: $2.5B this year
What’s the hot, up and coming industry in BC? Cleantech, according to a KPMG report that says it has the potential to create thousands of new high paying jobs, attract significant new investment and generate billions of dollars in exports.
Canada gains a business cost advantage over the US
TORONTO: Canada’s cost competitiveness as a business location has…