The cell phone company said it was buying back shares and is still confident about second-half growth.
The natural products maker reported that it did not have to make material changes to its previously reported financial statements.
When a company's financial results are mixed, readability can carry the day, finds a new study.
The oversight board issues proposals on auditing fair-value estimates and the use of specialists.
Many finance departments at subscription-based companies are woefully unprepared for the new accounting standard, says Zuora's CEO.
The company sees "signs of further stabilization" in market conditions as it reports its first sales increase in 13 quarters.
Sometimes, the commission’s metrics guidance works against the interests of financial-statement users, a capital markets expert says.
But the SEC should continue trying to boost transparency and comparability in reporting: CFA Institute official.
There's an awful lot of gray area around the topic of what companies should or shouldn't do in their presentations of the unofficial metrics.
Inconsistent interpretation, guidance, and enforcement of non-GAAP measures lead to a lack of confidence in reporting.