Drug reimbursement rate pressure leads to a $4.6 million net loss for the pharmacy chain.
A new study finds audit committees at companies that hold staggered board elections are not responsive to low shareholder approval.
"Cherry picking" and boilerplate reporting are in the SEC's crosshairs.
Readers discuss a flawed accounting rule that can confuse investors about the post-deal value of companies that make acquisitions.
Readers asked, 'How does continuous accounting actually work?' The CEO of BlackLine provides some answers.
The SEC said the firm's CFO erred in failing to eliminate the impact of an intercompany promotions fee on its merchandise gross margin percentage.
Strong sales growth in the United States and China helped GM gain market share and report a 47% increase in profit.
The bank believes it is on the right track for the long term as it restructures to focus on more profitable businesses.
A GAO report prepared for Bernie Sanders shows two-thirds of corporations paid no federal income tax in a six-year period.
The proposal is intended to make it easier for lead auditors to spot deficiencies in the work of outside auditors.