Fees Still Falling, but Not as Dramatically
The latest analysis of audit fees shows continued good news for most companies, but not all.
An alleged Russian spy, arrested last week by the FBI, attended the CFO Rising Conference in March, where he networked aggressively and focused on sessions about risk management.
Tired of Not Buying
Will "frugality fatigue" among consumers help the economy break out of the "new normal" of reduced spending and an aversion to borrowing? Not yet, says a Gallup pollster.
Working on the Relationship
Banks say they're eager to lend again, but CFOs find that managing banking relationships is more work for less credit.
Auditing Your Auditor
After nearly a decade of turmoil, companies have gained the advantage in negotiating with their auditors.
“We’ve Got to Find the Middle Ground”
In his new book, Too Big to Save?, Robert Pozen proposes fixes for the biggest financial crisis of our lifetimes.
Pro-American Mood Clouds Convergence
Only the biggest U.S. companies should bother adopting the international financial reporting standards written by the International Accounting Standards Board, the former chair of the SEC's advisory committee on financial reporting says.
As corporate finance experts hand off more responsibility for retirement to individual employees, the number of big winners and losers among those employees is growing.
IFRS Critic to Leave Accounting Firm Regulator
Charles Niemeier, an outspoken IFRS critic recently rumored to be a candidate for SEC chief accountant, announces his intention to leave the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board.