The firm’s client, Miller Energy Resources, inflated $5 million in oil and gas assets to nearly $500 million, according to the SEC.
Researchers find that companies' political connections may boost SEC scrutiny rather than deter it.
Microsoft adopts both the new revenue recognition and lease accounting standards early.
But big, public, non-financial companies are generating cash partly by cutting capex, study finds.
With the pressure to adapt to digital, many CFOs are responding by using technologies on a one-off basis.
The natural products maker reported that it did not have to make material changes to its previously reported financial statements.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board’s ruling on hedge accounting has something for every company that uses derivatives, an EY executive says.
Many finance departments at subscription-based companies are woefully unprepared for the new accounting standard, says Zuora's CEO.
A PCAOB recommendation would require auditors to report on issues that kept them up at night.
Sometimes, the commission’s metrics guidance works against the interests of financial-statement users, a capital markets expert says.