Could This Be the Recession That Wasn’t?
Even as key corporate financial indicators continue to fall, some hope may be emerging that forecasts of an impending recession will prove inaccurate.
What’s Behind Financial Statement Placement Order?
The order in which a company presents financial statements may present clues about how it wants to be viewed by investors and analysts.
Beware ‘Starving’ Cyber Risk Budgets, CFOs Warned
Board involvement in cybersecurity surges, according to a new study.
Accounting Rife with Estimates Haunted Toshiba
The Japanese conglomerate’s woes may have much to do with percentage-of-completion accounting.
Obama Cut Would Slash Deferred Tax Liabilities, Study Finds
But a reduction in the corporate rate would also cut the deferred tax assets — and the net worth — of some companies.
Revenue and Profit Declines Reveal ‘Weak and Sputtering Recovery’
Median revenue for 3,000 companies has dropped 8% since December 2012.
Flat Capex Weakens Economic Recovery
Although revenues are finally rising, companies haven’t increased capex in a year, a cash-flow review finds.
Key-Person Insurance: A Cash-Flow Caveat
Classifying premiums paid on company-owned life insurance policies as an operating use of cash can distort operating and free cash flows, says a new study.