FASB Seeks Rescue of Stranded Taxes
Under a Financial Accounting Standards Board proposal, companies could reflect the effects of the new 21% rate on their balance sheets.
Black Rock Chief Tells CEOs to Behave like Citizens
But billionaire investor Sam Zell wonders when it was that BlackRock CEO Larry Fink “had been made God."
GE Chair Mulls Breakup of Company
General Electric's three core assets — power, aviation, and healthcare — may one day be up for grabs.
FASB Seeks Cut in Lease-Accounting Costs
The board offers an option it thinks will cut paperwork and other expenses linked to its new lease-accounting standard.
‘Taxpayer Friendly’ IRS Guidance Could Ease Offshore Worries
The IRS and Treasury rush to clarify uncertainties about repatriation of offshore earnings.
Deutsche Bank Expects $1.8B Tax Act Writedown
Morgan Stanley, Darden Restaurants also report effects of the tax cuts.
Apple Reveals Widespread Hardware Bugs
"These issues apply to all modern processors and affect nearly all computing devices and operating systems."
Deadlines Loom for Reporting Tax Act’s Impact
Although the SEC provides guidance, it offers no relief from time pressures.
Are Rising Dividend Payouts Backed By Cash?
“Firms are only capable of sustainably maintaining their dividend payouts provided they are generating sufficient free cash flow,” researchers contend.