In the business world, leadership starts from the top down.
If your company is still deciding whether you need a chief financial officer, or you're close to making the hire, there are certainly qualities you should be on the lookout for with any candidate.
At any level of your organization, you need leaders who can keep their teams on task and deliver results on an ongoing basis.
When your company is in a position to hire a chief financial officer, whether it's for the first time or to replace a departing executive, there is often a lot at stake.
The novel coronavirus pandemic changed consumer behavior significantly, and while experts agree that many of those changes are only going to last as long as the lockdowns do, some may be here to stay.
When you're looking for someone to lead your company through all the ups and downs of business, for a number of years to come, you need to be confident they can weather any storm.
While some aspects of the autonomous vehicle world took a pause early in the novel coronavirus pandemic, development of supporting technologies has continued apace.
It's critical to take note of cybersecurity concerns that have become particularly relevant in conjunction with the COVID-19 pandemic.
It's critical that CIOs and CTOs take note of which programming languages are rising or falling in popularity - and, if necessary, adjust their app development processes accordingly.
Tesla's latest claim is just one of several intriguing pieces of news to emerge from the autonomous vehicle sector during July.
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