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KPMG's $450 million investment in its new Orlando-based training facility is just one of a slew of investments across corporate America.

THE UPSKILLING CHALLENGE: How top companies are training their workforce on the hottest tech jobs

Amazon, Microsoft, PwC, Deloitte, and others are investing billions of dollars to retrain employees on tech like AI to help them do their jobs better.
Paola Arbour is the chief information officer at Tenet Healthcare

RISE OF THE CIO: How the digital revolution is changing the role and making it a critical part of the C-suite

Business Insider explores the minds of top CIOs leading tech overhauls to see how they're dealing with the changing duties of the role.
Business Insider is doubling down on its coverage of the digital transformation underway across corporate America.

‘Every company is now a technology company’: Introducing Innovation Inc., a new project tracking the next wave of digital transformation

The year-long effort will chronicle the triumphs and blunders of tech overhauls at the most prominent organizations and the vendors helping them.
Lynne Doughtie is KPMG's US CEO and chairman.

KPMG’s US CEO says her company is helping to build an ‘accountability tracker’ to help other Fortune 500s measure how much good they...

Trust in corporate America is lagging, and KPMG's Lynne Doughtie says it's because CEOs need to get better at touting the public good their firms do.
Paola Arbour is the chief information officer at Tenet Healthcare.

PRESENTING: The 4 steps CIOs must take to turn any company’s IT department into a rock star team nobody takes for granted

A sector traditionally viewed as a support function is now the foundation of sweeping, multi-billion-dollar digital overhauls.
Rob Thomas is the head of IBM Watson.

THE CHANGING C-SUITE: What the rise of information, data, and tech chiefs in 2019 says about the future of leadership in America’s top companies...

These stories can assist tech chiefs in navigating the evolving mandates of the role as they lead organizations through sweeping digital overhauls.
Matt Galvin is the global vice president for ethics and compliance at AB InBev.

How $132 billion brewery giant AB InBev is using AI to fight corruption and spot business fraud around the globe

The need for an AI-powered compliance platform emerged after AB InBev's $100 million purchase of rival SABMiller.