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Senate Subcommittee Opposes Private-Company GAAP
A Senate comment letter brews new debate over regulators' role in private-company financial reporting. January 13, 2012
The Check's in the Mail - for Two More Days
The U.S. Postal Service decision to end next-day delivery could add tie up millions of dollars in working capital. January 13, 2012
Free Cash Profiles: The Apparel Industry
With their whopping working capital and inventory needs, clothing companies depend heavily on their ability to borrow. December 2, 2011
The True Cost of Going Public
Sarbox compliance costs pale in comparison to other IPO and post-IPO expenses. December 1, 2011
Backlash Prompts a Revise
Proposed modifications to revenue-recognition rules draw ire from the construction and technology sectors. December 1, 2011
CFOs and CIOs: Can We Talk?
The CFO-CIO relationship is becoming increasingly bumpy. Executives who have worked in both finance and technology offer advice on smoothing things out. December 1, 2011
A Loss of Independents?
Regulators have rewritten the rules regarding the use of independent contractors, forcing companies to make hard choices – and possibly pay heavy fines. December 1, 2011
Hospital Excel Cure Good for All Monte-Carlo Modeling
A cardiac doctor–s question about Monte-Carlo simulations and generating random columns using Excel applies to all industries and companies looking to model statistics. December 1, 2011
Is the Cloud on a Collision Course With Your Balance Sheet?
New lease-accounting rules could turn the cloud's silver lining to lead. November 30, 2011
Free Cash Profiles: The Transportation Industry
Working capital burdens slow the middle market's ability to throw off cash as it grows. November 18, 2011