The accounting standards setter tries to clear up the issue of pushdown accounting and when it can be used.
The former CFO of Alotech defrauded the company of $1.2 million using the company's checking account and a corporate credit card.
Accounting standard setters may push back the effective date of new revenue recognition rules, says a FASB assistant director.
Executives say they will have to make changes to internal controls and put more effort toward disclosures regarding revenue.
The brand-new CFO of an energy-technology firm talks about making the transition after 14 years as a venture capitalist.
For second place on the priority list, finance chiefs chose a perennial, budgeting. Periodic forecasting came in third.
In addition, IBM expects 2014 operating earnings per share to decline as much as 4% from 2013.
New to the job, James Schnurr suggests that a U.S. switch to global accounting rules is still not out of the question.
Are high levels of inventory at wholesalers indicative of improper accounting of sales?
Credit cards are increasingly used in business-to-business transactions, and the associated fees are cutting into profitability, says REL.