Trade Tensions Still Vex Tax Execs
Despite the preliminary trade deal with China, corporate tax leaders expect tariffs to be a pain in their side throughout 2020.
Middle Market CFOs Pursue Aggressive 2020 Agendas
Most midsize companies are moving forward with their growth plans, despite weighty issues finance chiefs face in their respective industries.
Private Capital Aimed at Distressed Businesses in 2020
With a recession potentially looming, venture capital and private equity funds seek to pick up troubled assets from lenders on the cheap.
Is Sustainability Fading from Board Agendas?
If news events in 2017 swayed directors to more highly value sustainability disclosures, the effect has apparently worn off in 2018, a study suggests.
Tax Cuts Impacting Board Decisions: Survey
A survey from BDO said corporate directors are reevaluating launching new businesses as they conduct reviews of their firms' total tax liabilities.
Want to Be a Nonprofit CFO? Much Will Be Familiar
Even in the nonprofit world, finance chiefs often view things differently than their C-suite colleagues do.
Tech CFOs Predict Booming Revenue This Year
The industry overcomes challenges with a spirit of resilience and "quantum leaps" in technological progress.
SEC Charges Foreign Affiliates of KPMG, Deloitte, and BDO
The foreign firms participated in audits that skirted the full oversight of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board.
Rev Rec Poses Health-Care Pricing Problems
As the industry consolidates, health-care CFOs will encounter a plethora of revenue streams that need to be accounted for.
Chamber Urges SEC to Nix Auditor Disclosure Rule
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board’s proposal would spawn confusion and liability, according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Boards seek the optimal compensation formula to satisfy all sides in the conflict over executive pay packages.