The hire is one of several management changes being made amid a shareholder lawsuit and an SEC investigation of a $13.5 million writedown last…
Companies aren't redomiciling overseas to get lower tax rates, because U.S. tax law actually favors them, a professor argues.
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The accounting firm's regulatory consulting unit agrees to settle accusations over a Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi report for $25 million.
As the Chinese Internet giant gears up for its IPO, managers of a new subsidiary discover accounting irregularities.
Chiquita's rejection of the offer from Cutrale and Safra Group means that it will proceed with a deal that would move its tax domicile to Europe.
Companies may have to contribute less now, but that may be just 'kicking the can down the road.'
Customer demands put third-party logistics firms on a tightrope regarding capital expenditures and finance-talent acquisition.
The global accounting standards setter rejects FASB's dual model for reporting leases, putting another nail in the coffin of convergence.
As tax inversion deals increase, two experts propose a quirky solution: use a carbon tax to fund an overhaul of the U.S. corporate tax code.