SEC Yields on One Aspect of Revenue Recognition Adoption
"Restrospective adopters" of the new revenue recognition accounting standard won't have to present five years of restated revenue figures, the SEC says.
SEC Comment Letters Lead Insiders to Dump Shares
Especially when comment letters involved revenue recognition, execs and board members sold holdings before a letter's existence was publicly disclosed.
Harder to Recognize
Under FASB’s forthcoming standard, revenue recognition will require more brainpower than ever.
Data Firm Muscles Up, Hires Data-Pro CFO
At a succession of finance jobs he’s held the past 15 years, a facility for data collection and analysis has made the difference for Steven Love, the first CFO of Evolv.
FASB Chooses Insider as New Chairman
Russell Golden, board member and former chair of the emerging issues task force, will replace Leslie Seidman as chair of the accounting standards setter.
In His Fourth Industry, Red Hat CFO Enjoys the View
Charlie Peters, a finance chief since age 31 in 1985, is on a wild growth ride with the open-source software company. The biggest problem: managing the growth.
Backlash Prompts a Revise
Proposed modifications to revenue-recognition rules draw ire from the construction and technology sectors.