PCAOB Fines Grant Thornton $1.5 Million
Grant Thornton assigned two partners in its Philadelphia office to audits even though the firm had concerns about the quality of their auditing work.
Pay Gap Widens Between Finance Execs, Rank and File
But the rate of salary increase in 2015 dipped slightly from the prior year, research finds.
The 2016 CFO Readers’ Choice Awards
Your favorite accounting firms, banks, software providers, and professional services firms.
Grant Thornton Put Auditor’s Career Above Investor Interests
Grant Thornton reached a $4.5 million settlement with the SEC in which the audit firm admitted wrongdoing.
Tax Breaks Gridlock Weighs on CFOs
A new survey says indecision over a bill to extend more than 50 tax breaks is contributing to CFOs' uncertainty about growth.
Businesses Willing to Pay Higher Taxes if Rules Are Clarified
If tax authorities were more transparent about acceptable tax planning, business leaders say they would be willing to pay more taxes.
Improving Economy Boosting Finance Execs’ Pay
Survey finds salary increases for executives at both public and private companies are exceeding the overall marketplace.
Inside Audit Firms: A CFO’s View
After 15 years in the business, a finance chief describes how audit firms operate, manage growth, and pay their partners.
A Finance Chief Among the Partners
What it’s like to be the CFO of partnerships like Grant Thornton, Rothstein Kass, and Goodwin Procter.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Jan. 23
Tribune Publishing, Grant Thornton, Credit Karma, Providence Service, TriMass, Lee Enterprises, Apache, Sypris Solutions, Stephen Riffee, C.R. England
Some Employee Costs Set to Rise, Say Finance Chiefs
Benefits expenses may not move much in the next 12 months, but U.S. CFOs project an increase in employer costs for workers' salaries.