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ESG disclosures: Certain investment advisers and investment companies

ESG disclosures: Certain investment advisers and investment companies

The SEC has proposed enhanced disclosures of ESG factors by certain investment advisers and investment companies.
The power of data analytics in private equity

The power of data analytics in private equity

Portfolio company data can be useful in numerous ways to private equity-backed CFOs looking to create lasting value for their organizations by turning insights into actionable results.
The intersection of ESG matters with governmental accounting standards

The intersection of ESG matters with governmental accounting standards

A new GASB paper discusses the intersection of environment, social and governance matters with governmental accounting standards.
OMB issues 2022 Compliance Supplement

OMB issues 2022 Compliance Supplement

The OMB has released the 2022 Compliance Supplement, which is effective for audits of fiscal years beginning after June 30, 2021.
Chart of the day: Service sector grew more slowly in May

Chart of the day: Service sector grew more slowly in May

The service sector grew more slowly in May as production and prices cooled, according to a report from the Institute for Supply Management on Friday.
U.S. May jobs report: Robust gains in total employment as wage increases ease

U.S. May jobs report: Robust gains in total employment as wage increases ease

American firms continued to hire workers at a torrid pace in May to meet strong demand amid a historically tight labor market and 8.3% inflation.
Ransomware: Protecting your business against evolving risks

Ransomware: Protecting your business against evolving risks

Ransomware attacks are increasing and threatening organizations of all sizes. The RSM cybersecurity report reveals new ransomware data.
Chart of the day: Jobless claims fall amid tight labor market

Chart of the day: Jobless claims fall amid tight labor market

Initial jobless claims fell by 5.2% last week to 200,000, a continuing reflection of the tight the labor market as layoffs remain near a multidecade low…
RSM US Supply Chain Index: Inventory-led improvement in April

RSM US Supply Chain Index: Inventory-led improvement in April

Supply chain bottlenecks improved in April yet remained significantly underwater. At the current pace, a full recovery will not take place until the first half of next year.
Chart of the day: Job openings remain near record high

Chart of the day: Job openings remain near record high

Job openings fell 3.8% to 11.4 million in April amid economic moderation and monetary policy tightening.
Manufacturing sector grew steadily in May

Manufacturing sector grew steadily in May

The manufacturing sector expanded at the slightly faster rate in May as demand remained strong.
RSM US Manufacturing Outlook Index shows 35% probability of recession over next year

RSM US Manufacturing Outlook Index shows 35% probability of recession over next year

The RSM US Manufacturing Outlook Index declined into negative terrain in May, signaling the impact of high inflation, rising interest rates, the lockdowns in China and the war in Ukraine.
Operational excellence: Trends shaping the IT industry

Operational excellence: Trends shaping the IT industry

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Chart of the day: Pending home sales fell in April

Chart of the day: Pending home sales fell in April

Pending home sales in April dropped more than expected as mortgage rates climbed toward a multidecade high.
Initial jobless claims show signs of bottoming out

Initial jobless claims show signs of bottoming out

New filings for jobless benefits last week inched down to 210,000 as a tight labor market kept layoffs below pre-pandemic levels.