10Minutes

PwC insights of interest to the C-suite on a corporate, legal, or regulatory matter that takes about 10 minutes of an executive's time

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10Minutes on the new US lease standard

08/22/16

As companies begin to digest the FASB’s new lease standard, PwC provides some steps companies should take to get prepared. Read more.

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08/22/16

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10Minutes on the new US lease standard

08/22/16

As companies begin to digest the FASB’s new lease standard, PwC provides some steps companies should take to get prepared.

10Minutes on hedge fund activism

07/13/16

No company is safe from hedge fund activism. Activists have massive assets under management, and they target companies of all sizes, in all industries. What can you do to get ahead of an activist situation?

10Minutes on people analytics

04/21/16

Big business decisions don’t commonly include people analytics—but they should. Learn how data about your people can shape your business strategy.

10Minutes on transforming the audit experience

01/11/16

Companies across the business spectrum are undergoing transformation. Like innovators in other industries, auditors are investing in technology to redefine how work is done. But that’s only part of the story at PwC. Learn more in this 10Minutes.

10Minutes on integrated reporting

04/29/14

Investors have been showing increased interest in the correlations between financial performance and sustainability factors like resource scarcity, environmental performance and corporate governance when assessing a company’s future risk and growth opportunities. Is your company ready to respond? This 10Minutes highlights insights and benefits companies can glean into these issues by integrating their thinking to develop a better understanding of impacts to their businesses, allowing them to tell a more holistic value creation story.

10Minutes on conflict minerals

05/08/13

10Minutes on conflict minerals provides insight into the strategic benefits and risks companies will want to focus on as they comply with the SEC's conflict minerals rule. The rule is effective for 2013 calendar year operations, so regardless of whether companies view conflict minerals as a supply chain opportunity, risk to their brand or another regulatory to-do, they should act now to prepare.