The exchange operator's new platform aims to give issuers more control over the buying and selling of pre-IPO shares.
When public companies pressure their auditors to reduce fees or they switch auditors to pay lower fees, audit quality can deteriorate, according to a study.
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board is making loose, misleading statements about the quality of public company audits.
The audit watchdog's three-year pursuit of a rule to boost auditor independence has ended, says chairman James Doty.
When private firms that use the new standards are acquired by public companies, they're “going to have to undo those elections,” SEC accounting chief says.
Computer giant files report saying it has evidence that the British software firm inflated reported revenues prior to HP deal.
A former senior official at the IRS weighs whether its new tax audit policy will spawn cooperation or disaster for corporations.
A recently released alternative for goodwill accounting could save private companies money and time.
The banking industry has been holding out on offering lines of credit and loans to marijuana retailers in Colorado. But that may soon change.
Unlike many other industries, construction is boosting inventory at the expense of free cash flow.
States are changing the way they calculate business income taxes, with some adopting a market-based approach.