Mickelson Saga Shines Spotlight on Sponsorships
In light of an investigation into the golfer's possible insider trading, might companies rethink how they use their marketing dollars?
KPMG Settles SEC Auditor Independence Charges
From 2007 through 2011, KPMG allegedly misrepresented its independence from corporate clients.
U.K. Watchdog Softens Stance on Auditor Rotation
Companies will have to put out their audit contract for tender every ten years, rather than every five years.
CFO Discontent with Big Four Grows
A recent survey of large accounting clients shows mounting dissatisfaction -- even as fees edge upward.
How Taxes Can Drive Sustainability
“You really have to look at these investments on an after-tax basis to get the full picture of return on investment.”
Grant Thornton Gains on Big Four in Workplace Rankings
A new survey ranks Grant Thornton just behind PricewaterhouseCoopers and Deloitte, while Rothstein Kass surprises with a "quality of life" win.
Board Takeaways for 2013
What topics should CFOs get their arms around so they won’t seem out of touch at board meetings this year?
M&A Forecast: Capacity, but No Moxie
Companies can afford to spend on acquisitions, but they lack the stomach to do so, says a KPMG report.
Why Tax Directors’ Heads Should Be in the Cloud
Keeping your tax director in the loop on technology planning could help stave off tax challenges in the future.