Bullish on the Economy, Bearish on Expectations
CFOs are optimistic about the U.S. economy under a Trump administration, but are unclear on how their companies will benefit, according to new data.
How to Comply With New Human Rights Rules
New laws and regulations aimed at identifying cases of human trafficking within supply chains pose compliance challenges for companies.
IP Cyberattacks Expected to Rise
Fifty-eight percent of almost 3,000 participants say cyber thefts will increase in the coming year, while only 16.1% say otherwise.
Banks Take on the Fintechs
Innovating on digital capabilities enables banks to create more efficient business models.
Audit Flaws Up for Deloitte, Down for PwC
The PCAOB's annual inspections find deficiencies in 24% of a sample of Deloitte audits and 22% of PwC's.
Spotlight Trained on Intercompany Accounting
Regulators are turning up the heat on the historically lax process of accounting for transactions between related legal entities.
With Focus on Revenue, FASB Eyes Nonfinancial Assets
FASB launches a proposal to fill in gaps in its revenue recognition standard.
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88% of Firms Planning Cost Cuts in Next 2 Years
A Deloitte survey finds some cost-cutting is more typical of distressed companies than a 'save to grow' strategy.
Supply Chain Anti-Fraud Measures Lacking
A Deloitte poll finds only 29.3% of organizations use analytics to mitigate supply chain fraud and financial risks.
Reaching a Consensus on Management Review Controls
Management review controls are often subjective, complex to analyze, and harder to audit than other kinds of financial information.