Sometimes whistleblowers can be a good thing, new report says. The FASB is curious on how the U.S. Supreme Court defines ‘materiality’. The SEC has charged the CPA and 4 others with insider training. Plus, learn why Comcast is buying a theme park in Japan. All these stories and more in the CFO Roundup…
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A new report says employers can keep most issues in house by encouraging a “speak-up culture” in the workplace.
Weighing the economic benefits of low interest rates against the financial risks.
The growing involvement of third parties in business operations demands a new look at potential risks and solutions.
The accounting standard setter wants to make it perfectly clear that only the U.S. Supreme Court definition applies.
Amid a drop in aluminum prices, Alcoa is following the lead of other firms that have split to become more focused.
The deal will create one of the world’s largest energy infrastructure companies with a network of more than 100,000 miles of pipelines.
The defendants allegedly made $234,000 by trading in Pharmasset shares based on nonpublic information about a takeover offer.
The media giant’s largest overseas investment to date positions it to take advantage of theme-park growth in Asia.