They don't take effect until 2019, but few leases will be grandfathered, so there will be an immediate bottom-line impact.
Employers may not be receiving the best deals for employees because conflicts of interest that benefit other parties maybe working against them.
Restructuring charges are commonly 125% of the savings actually realized, which makes cost cutting a losing proposition.
The potential hit of several billion dollars "may further undermine confidence in company management" after its accounting scandal.
Though they sound good for corporate America, CFOs need to read the fine print of the Trump administration and House of Representatives proposals.
Prescription reimbursement rates "remain our largest challenge and we expect that to continue for the remainder of the fiscal year," the company says.
ERP solutions and robotics were among the dominant themes of CFO’s most-read articles of the year.
The retailer "still has a long runway ahead of it before it will realize the benefits" of its turnaround strategy, analysts say.
It's especially so when audit committee members serve in the same role for other companies with the same audit-firm engagement partner, research…
The new revenue recognition standard has implications that extend far beyond accounting.