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Does audit firms’ emphasis on data analytics mean that audits themselves are suffering?
An insurance industry lobbyist blames delays in renewing a federal backstop for corporate terrorism insurance on Tea Party and libertarian legislators.
But one audit committee chair knows how to get a fuller picture from internal auditors.
The new rules also add stiff requirements to the auditor’s report.
The PCAOB's plan to add color to the audit report draws fire from a corporate lawyer.
A steady drop in insurance companies’ investment income is prodding them to charge you more.
With the surging prominence of issues related to information technology, IT is gaining ground on the environment as part of the sustainability picture.
Despite disagreements about how to report leases, standard setters held firm Wednesday on putting all of them on the balance sheet.
On the eve of a new accounting standard, readers vigorously debate whether operating leases can be considered leverage.