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Whistle-blower Rules Give Companies Less Time to React
A new SEC program shrinks the amount of time companies will want to spend on internal investigations. August 24, 2011
Give Companies the Choice to Adopt IFRS: Accountants
The AICPA wants the SEC to let U.S. companies report their finances according to international standards if they want to. August 17, 2011
How to Deduct –Success-Based Fees– Paid to Investment Bankers
Things have gotten better for corporate taxpayers who dole out payments only if a merger succeeds. August 16, 2011
Problems with Pricing
Finance chiefs need to tweak their pricing, but many lack the visibility they need to do it right, says a new survey August 10, 2011
Spreadsheets: Spot the Math Error at a Glance
It's not always easy to spot mathematical errors embedded in Excel formulas, so here's a handy–and quick–trick to shed light on the situation. August 10, 2011
"We See Ourselves as Being on the Move"
Stephen Chipman, the CEO of Grant Thornton, talks about the firm's attempt to stick to its knitting and the nation's quest for a more rational financial reporting system and tax code. August 10, 2011
NY CPAs: IFRS Still Not Ready for the U.S.
The New York State Society of CPAs say unresolved rule differences and related comparability issues make adoption of IFRS by U.S. companies problematic. August 8, 2011
PCAOB Penalizes E&Y Auditors for Altering Papers
The case highlights a part of the board few get to see. August 3, 2011
Do Acquisition Premiums Matter?
A herdlike mentality leads many companies to acquire more at the top of the stock market cycle than they do at the bottom. July 29, 2011
Capex, Inventory Spend Squeeze Cash: Study
Companies are starting, in the smallest of ways, to increase their outlays on inventory and plant and equipment. July 27, 2011