"Our pivot to the cloud is now clearly in full swing," Oracle co-CEO Safra Catz says.
The wearable action-camera maker plans to eliminate 270 positions, the third reduction to its workforce since the beginning of 2016.
And the Big 4 are ethically superior to smaller public accounting firms, new research finds.
Ex-employees Nasir Shakouri and Robert Torino allegedly embezzled funds through phony expense reimbursements, inflated invoices, and other improper…
The IRS plans to enforce taxpayer compliance by reorganizing its own resources to focus around these specific issues of concern.
The order in which a company presents financial statements may present clues about how it wants to be viewed by investors and analysts.
By the end of 2017, public companies will have to separate employee service costs from other pension cost components.
Vincent Mehdizadeh allegedly used the proceeds from illegal stock sales to inflate the revenue of his marijuana vending machine company.
Technology investments are starting to pay off, creating urgency in management and boards to drive even more gains in operating income.
The retailer is pursuing a new merchandising strategy to "stay ahead of consumer trends and differentiate us from the competition."