A new IRS rule makes it easier to give stock options to lower-level employees. Whether any companies will do so remains to be seen.
In the small-business arena, where people often own or control a number of small businesses, the answer can get complicated pretty quickly.
CFOs and controllers at U.S. subsidiaries of Japanese firms begin implementing the Japanese version of Sarbanes-Oxley.
The brain drain in U.S. accounting know-how for small and privately held companies could become a serious toll of the globalization of accounting standards, according to attendees at a FASB meeting.
MGM Mirage's internal audit and information technology cops are on the prowl.
The commission miffed politicians and investor groups by changing the reporting of stock options cost right before Christmas.
Former KPMG partner Edward Trott, a surprise advocate of fair-value accounting, cuts short his second term as a member of the Financial Accounting Standards Board.