Money-Market Fund Reform Down, Not Out
U.S. regulators are committed to increasing regulation on a popular holding for corporate cash.
Should Corporate Accountants Spill the Beans?
An ethics board wants accountants to report suspected fraud by their employers.
Accounting Differences Dampen Cross-Border Mergers
Companies are more likely to make acquisitions in countries that follow similar financial-reporting standards, a study finds.
Corporate treasurers want regulators to change the way they govern LIBOR, not to overhaul the benchmark.
As Corn Stalks Shrivel, So May Earnings
Will the drought in the Farm Belt dry up corporate earnings?
SEC Report Backs Away from Convergence
The commission's staff expresses hesitation about merging international standards and U.S. GAAP.