Tweedie Takes a Bow
The only person to ever hold the chairman's seat at the IASB is four months from retirement. He talks candidly about IFRS, professional judgment, accounting education, and his successor.
Help for Small Business?
Will community bankers tap a $30 billion fund intended to get capital flowing to small businesses?
The older generation of Excel users remembers how potentially dangerous this Microsoft snag can be.
What Generation Gap?
A survey of U.S. consumers finds that PC ownership is now the norm across all age groups.
Putting Testing to the Test
Predictive analytics software wins an enthusiastic user base among big retailers.
18,000 Errors and Counting
The number of mistakes in XBRL-tagged financial statements continues to pile up, but results are actually better than expected so far.
Missing from Proxies: Risk Talk
A new study finds that companies aren't disclosing as many details as they might.