The biotech firm's stock falls 23% but its CEO says, "It is important that investors understand that our business performance remains strong."
The maker of Jack Daniel's also reported lower income and warned of gross-margin declines from higher wood, agave, and freight costs.
A weaker inventory buildup than first estimated could bode well for second-quarter gross domestic product numbers.
The auditor missed errors in how Jack Henry & Associates accounted for license revenue, charges the PCAOB.
The retailer affirmed full-year guidance and plans to open 60 Old Navy stores by the end of the year.
The consumer electronics retailer is holding its own in a highly competitive market.
Sageworks was one of the first "fintech" companies and has grown into a major software provider for bankers and accountants.
There are compelling reasons to start thinking deeply about how to value a company’s data assets for accounting purposes.
The TCJA may force some U.S. companies to reconsider their strategy of shifting profits to affiliates in low-tax jurisdictions.
Over 100 companies signed a letter opposing a tax that would fund homelessness programs, but an Amazon executive called it "super-dangerous."