The growth in companies buying stand-alone insurance has plateaued, according to a survey of corporate insurance buyers.
The ERP cloud provider names a Silicon Valley finance chief experienced in IPOs and spinoffs.
The goal of maximizing shareholder value has spawned “the looting of the U.S. industrial corporation,” he argues.
Even though they’re not required to do so, corporations are disclosing much more about their audit committees to their shareholders.
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board’s proposal would spawn confusion and liability, according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
The firm’s client, Miller Energy Resources, inflated $5 million in oil and gas assets to nearly $500 million, according to the SEC.
SEC Chairman Jay Clayton praises James Doty’s decision to stay on while the PCAOB starts to fill four vacant posts.
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.
Hester Peirce's views on the DOL Fiduciary Rule and the JOBS Act match those of SEC Chairman Jay Clayton.